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Black-headed Grossbeak
"In western North America, the sweet song of the Black-headed Grosbeak caroling down from the treetops sounds like a tipsy robin welcoming spring. The flashy black, white, and cinnamon males and the less flamboyant females sing from perches in suburbs, desert thickets, and mountain forests." —Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Image: Laura Erickson

Black-headed Grossbeak

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