Stunning Yellow Birds With Black Wings 

Black-and-yellow Tanager

Black-and-yellow Tanager

Small species with golden-yellow body and black wings. Unique to mountainous regions of Costa Rica and Panama.

Eurasian Golden Oriole

Eurasian Golden Oriole

Lemon yellow with jet black wings, often found in Europe, Asia, and Africa. Prefers orchards and forests.

Lesser Goldfinch

Lesser Goldfinch

Lemon yellow body with patchy black wings. Common feeder visitor in the US, found in scrubby habitats.

Yellow-headed Blackbird

Yellow-headed Blackbird

Easily identified by striking yellow head and breast. Males boast brightest plumage, females more subdued.

The Hooded Oriole

The Hooded Oriole

Slim and elegant, with orange-yellow plumage. Males sport black wings and neck patch, while females are lighter.

The Scott's Oriole

The Scott's Oriole

Found in dry deserts, with males boasting brilliant yellow bodies and black heads. Nests made from yucca fibers.

Western  Tanager

Western  Tanager

Vibrant male with tangerine head, found across North and Central America. Females sport subtler hues

The American Goldfinch

The American Goldfinch

Acrobatic bird with bright yellow plumage, common in US gardens. Male's golden body contrasts with black wings.

Evening Grosbeak

Evening Grosbeak

Robust bill and vibrant yellow body make this species striking. Once widespread, now vulnerable due to population decline.