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Adult males are bright orange with a black back and large white wing patch. The face is orange with a black line through the eye and a black throat. Females and immatures are yellowish-orange on the head and tail, with grayish back and white-edged wing coverts. Immature males show a black throat patch.
In open woodland along streams, particularly among cottonwoods. They also occur in orchards, parks, and oak or mesquite woodlands.
Lat: 40.54, Long: -105.13
Spotted on May 26, 2018
Submitted on May 27, 2018