The Gold-ringed Tanager was one of the species that we looked for the most. It is one of the emblems at Tatama National Park, since it has a restricted range that gives it an endemic and vulnerable status, with Tatama being a few of the places where it can be spotted. Its body is mostly dark green with black throat and a yellow patch on the chest. It has blue wings and a black head. The yellow supercilliary coils down and joins the yellow moustachial line, forming the ring that gives this species its name. We found it in a few occasions as we descended down the trail at Tatama. At one side of the trail, a big wall raised which was covered in vegetation; the bird would forage in there, going up and down in search of fresh fruit, and was not very disturbed by our presence.