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Passeriformes > Thraupidae

Pileated Finch

Coryphospingus pileatus

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Identification

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A distinctive gray finchlike bird found at forest edges and in light woodlands and scrub. Males are mostly gray with a white throat and a black crown with a red center, which can be erected when the bird is excited. Females are brown above and paler below with weak streaks on the breast.

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