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EASTERN TOWHEE: Online member The Scavenger photographed this debonair black-headed male.
ABERT’S TOWHEE: You can see Abert’s only in the Southwest. Jaygee1 found this bird at Sweetwater Wetlands in Tucson, Arizona.
CALIFORNIA TOWHEE: This bird was at Bonelli Regional Park in San Dimas, California, east of Los Angeles. Online member RaptorCA took the photo.
GREEN-TAILED TOWHEE: A rufous cap, white throat, and olive wings are field marks of this species. Maxmast found this one far east of its normal range: at Possum Branch Preserve in Clearwater, Florida.
CANYON TOWHEE: Raptrlvr watched this bird in his backyard in southwestern New Mexico.
SPOTTED TOWHEE: This bird, a cousin of Eastern Towhee, held still long enough for West Coast Birder to photograph it at Iona Beach in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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