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Cassin's finch

Haemorhous cassinii


Maybe 15 birds in total. The flock was attracted to a low spot in a gravel parking area. I believe they where finding seeds and dead worms in the dried-up puddle. Males have brown wings and raspberry red heads, breast and rump. Females have light brown upperparts and light underparts with brown streaks throughout.


Spotted along the N. Wenas Road in eastern Washington. Cascade foothills.


Range in western North America.

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Selah, Washington, United States

Spotted on May 25, 2020
Submitted on May 29, 2020

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