Medium-sized songbird with stout bill and bare skin around eyes. Male olive above, yellow below (some with gray throat), with red skin around eyes, black cap, and black tail. Female olive-brown above, pale with fine streaks below, with gray skin around the eye and olive-brown tail. Female Olive-backed Oriole has longer bill, red eye, and greener back. Common around fruiting trees, and in parks and gardens, often in noisy flocks. Calls include fluting whistles and popping squeaks.