General Description: Hooded Orioles (Icterus cucullatus) are medium-sized, sexually dimorphic songbirds. Adult males are bright yellow-orange overall with black wings, a black tail, and a black mask and bib. Females are yellowish overall with dark wings and tail. In both genders, the dark wings have two white wingbars. Young males are more yellow than orange, and the black mask and bib are less extensive than in adults.
Taxonomy: Passeriformes, Icteridae.
Favored Habitat: Trees, especially palm trees.