Western tanager Piranga ludoviciana
The Western tanager are summer visitors to Washington State and are the only tanagers to regularly visit here.
Family Thraupidae: medium-sized birds with distinctive stout pointed bills. All are brightly colored, mostly fruit-eating, tropical birds
Generally solitary and stay within the foliage of trees, feeding on insects & fruit. Nests in conifer forests of our region, and migrates south to Central America for the winter.