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Large passerines with significant sexual dimorphism. The males (pictured here) are bright red with some black coloration around the beak and eyes, while the wings are a darker shade of red towards crimson. The females are light brown with some red plumage in their wings and on the tails.
Widely distributed across North America. Found in woodlands, gardens, swamps and shrub land.