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Junco hyemalis montana
This subspecies is also known as the Oregon Junco.
Both males and females are greyish brown belly and rump. Back a light brown with a slight chestnut color in upper back and wings. Males have dark colored head while the female have a medium grey head.
Can be found foraging in forest floors or open meadows.
Spotted in a meadow in Point Pinole