The Gold-ringed Tanager is one of the many species of Neotropical bird in the family thraupidae and order Passeriformes.

The Bangsia of the Tatamá is an endemic bird to Colombia and as its common name indicates it was found in the Tatamá Ridge.

It measures around 15 and 16 cm with average weight of 41. 7 g. The male has a black head throat and sides of the chest and has a bright yellow ring that begins above the eye and surrounds the auriculars, and extends to the base of the bill. Above it is mainly moss green with brownish blue wings.

It is a local and rare bird that is distributed between 1500 and 2200 m above sea level.

It is natural habitat humid mountain forests with different degrees of intervention.

It feeds mainly on fruits and sometimes on some insects.