Yellow-winged Tanager

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.

Yellow-winged Tanager

The Yellow-winged Tanager is a resident of neotropical open and humid forests.

Yellow-winged Tanager

They form flocks of 50 or more members.

Yellow-winged Tanager

The Tanagers feed on fruit, insects and nectar.

Yellow-winged Tanager

They are relatively common from southern Mexico to northern Costa Rica.

Yellow-winged Tanager

These Tanagers feed mainly on the mid to upper level of trees which is where I found them.

Yellow-winged Tanager
Yellow-winged Tanager

Miles Hearn

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