Yellow wing bars, and a vigorous song, draw attention to this bird. I Isually solitary, it forms flocks of up to .50 birds or more on migration. It feeds mostly on insects but in late summer it also takes fruit, such as berries.

• NEST A cup nest, lined with grass and placed in a fir or pine, often high above the ground.

• DISTRIBUTION Breeds in mountains of S.W. Canada and W. USA. Winters distribution in Central America.

Female orange-led color of head in summer

Plumage Scxcs (|ifTcr

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Migration Migrant


Species Hamphocelus hresitius

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