Unmistakable, active, bright-red little bird endemic to highlands in Mexico. Favors humid conifer forest, pine-oak forest, and adjacent brushy areas; fairly common. Usually in pairs, foraging at all levels, often moving with mixed-species feeding flocks. Cheek patch is white in central and southern Mexico and silvery gray in northwest Mexico. No similar species.
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