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White-winged Grosbeak

Mycerobas carnipes

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A brightly-colored finch usually found in hilly or montane coniferous and mixed forests. Male is black above and yellow below. Female is similar, but has a brownish-gray head and chest. Both sexes have white and yellow patches on the wings. Male resembles his Spot-winged Grosbeak counterpart, but White-winged has fewer white spots on the wing and a black (not yellow) chest. The female White-winged superficially resembles female Collared Grosbeak, but female White-winged has a white spot on the wings.

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