The Bachman’s Sparrow is a small American sparrow that is endemic to the southeastern United States. They are brownish-gray above with rusty-streaked feathers and a rusty crown.
The Audubon’s Oriole is a yellow and black oriole, formerly known as the Black-headed Oriole is a shy species of woodlands and brush in Mexico and South Texas.
The Crimson-collared Grosbeak is a medium-size seed- and leaf-eating bird in the family of Cardinalidae. It has a thick stubby bill and rather long tail. It is endemic to northeast Mexico.
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The Cassin's Finch is very similar to the more familiar Purple Finch, but is slightly larger with a larger bill and subtle plumage variations.
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