While visiting a Mayan ruin in Mexico, I encountered a small flock of these lovely little birds and was able to get a few photos.
The Yellow-winged Tanager is a resident of neotropical open and humid forests.
They form flocks of 50 or more members.
The Tanagers feed on fruit, insects and nectar.
They are relatively common from southern Mexico to northern Costa Rica.
These Tanagers feed mainly on the mid to upper level of trees which is where I found them.