chestnut breast white stripe over eye black

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Black-and-rufous Warbling Finch

A small and active seed-eater with a short bill, this species inhabits areas of extensive shrubs, sometimes with scattered trees, and is a common bird in this habitat. It is usually found in pairs, which forage on or near the ground for seeds and insects. Males commonly proclaim their territory by singing from an exposed perch and displaying the chestnut breast in the breeding season.

• DISTRIBUTION River Plate basin in N.E. Brazil, E. Paraguay, Uruguay, and N.E. Argentina.

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