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Scrub Euphonia

Euphonia affinis

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Tiny finch of tropical lowlands and foothills, especially in drier areas. Found in woodland, forest edge, and clearings with trees. Usually in pairs, sometimes small groups that associate readily with other euphonias, especially when feeding at mistletoe. Male has black head and throat with yellow forehead patch; female rather drab, but lacks vested appearance of female Yellow-throated Euphonia, which is slightly larger.

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Neotropical Birds

Life histories of all species breeding in Mexico, Central America, and South America