The Yellow Oriole is a passerine bird in the family Icteridae, it measures between 20 or 21 centimeters.

Males have an average weight of 39.5 and females 37.4 g. Their feathers are mainly yellow with the black eye mask, thin black throat line, black tail and black wings with a white wing bar and some white feather edging.

It breeds in northern South America in Colombia, Venezuela, Trinidad, the Guianas and parts of northern Brasil.

The yellow oriole is a bird of open woodland, scrub and gardens. Its nest is a 40 cm-long hanging basket, suspended from the end of a branch. The normal clutch is three pale green or grey eggs.

This species eats mainly large insects, but we also take nectar and some fruits.

The song of the yellow oriole is a pleasant melodious fluting, with some buzzing.

Habitats are forest, stubbles, cultivated areas and forest plantation, but prefer dry areas rather than humid regions.

It stays in couples or threesomes, but occasionally lonely. Jump and explore in the foliage or visit flowering trees from low heights to the canopy.