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Yellow Grosbeak

The Yellow Grosbeak is a member of the Cardinal Family. It is most easily identified by it's bright yellow head and belly and black and white wings and tail.

Natural History

Yellow Grosbeak is a species found mainly in Central and South America. It has been recorded in the United States but only rarely so, and only in southern Arizona. In Latin American cultures it is commonly kept in captivity due to its bright color and pleasing sound.

The Yellow Grosbeak at right was photographed at the Arizona - Sonora Desert Museum.


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