The Flame-Colored Tanager (Piranga bidentata) ranges from Northwest Mexico to West Panama. Also called Streaked-backed Tanager, it is found in treetops in mountain forests and near shady pastures, coffee plantations, gardens, and cypress trees. Its measures are 18 cm (7 inches) in height and 38 g in weight.
Its head, neck, and underparts are orangered, with a blackish patch on auriculars. Back and rump duller, tinged with olive. Upper mandible black, lower mandible and legs gray. They feed on insects and fruits like berries and figs.