When I glimpsed this bright orange youngster with black wings searching for food under one of the feeders, my first thought was "oriole."
But as I observed more closely, and took note of its general shape, particularly its heavy-ish bill, I realized it must be a tanager. Yet I am puzzled by the bright orange plumage, which -- except for an adult male S.T "orange variant" illustrated on p. 283 of the 5th ed. Peterson -- is uncharacteristic of S.T. Formerly I lived for 10 years in the woodlots on Wintergreen Mt. in Fletcher, and there frequently saw Scarlet Tanager families. But never a fledgling that was other than drab.
Here is a description of this particular youngster from my photos, taken yesterday: overall, bright orange; eyes, black; bill, greenish; wings, black with some gray and an orange shoulder patch; underwings, light gray; belly, white; tail, black and squared-off; legs, gray.
If anyone would like to see a photo, I can email a jpeg.