This scarlet tanager, in fall plumage, is a complete contrast to its breeding plumage.
This one dropped by to have a drink and a bath before continuing its migration to warmer climes for the winter.
If you can confirm the id of the first photo as either male, immature or female please let me know.Sometimes it is hard to tell.
On the wintering grounds in South America the Scarlet Tanager joins mixed species foraging flocks with flycatchers, antbirds, woodcreepers, and resident tropical tanagers.
The oldest Scarlet Tanager on record was nearly 12 years old.
source - - Cornell Lab of Ornithology.