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Rose Hill Burial Park
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Passeriformes > Parulidae

Red-faced Warbler

Cardellina rubrifrons

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Stunning warbler found in mountains and canyons with a mix of pine and oak. Gray overall with a striking red-and-black face. Rather long tail is actively flipped around, seemingly loosely attached to the body. Male and female are similar, but young birds show a duller orange-red face. Primarily a Mexican species, with breeding range barely extending into the southwest U.S. Winters as far south as Honduras.

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