Adult males are orange with black throat, black tail, and white patch on shoulder. Females dull yellow with grayer back, nape, and flanks than Orchard. Immature males similar to females, but with black throat. Often in parks, neighborhoods and near fan palms. Visits feeders with nectar and fruits. Bit smaller and longer-tailed than Baltimore and Bullock's Oriole. Slightly decurved bill. Variable color intensity; some birds richer orange, some more yellow.