Streak-backed Oriole Icterus pustulatus

Streak-backed Oriole male
Streak-backed Oriole
Streak-backed Oriole
The Streak-backed Oriole is native to Central America and Mexico. It is an occasional vagrant to southwest USA.
Despite the name Oriole, like all Western Hemisphere "orioles" it is an icterid not related to the Golden Oriole.
Streak-backed Oriole
Streak-backed Oriole female
Streak-backed Oriole
The male (top row) has a strong orange head, front and back, with black and white wings; the female, above centre, is yellow with black and white wings.
The photos on this page were taken by Alexandra Makhnina in Costa Rica.
Streak-backed Oriole nest
Streak-backed Oriole nest
Streak-backed Oriole nest
The Streak-backed Oriole's nest is an elaborate and elongated structure hung from branches of trees (and sometimes other manmade supports).