Male has an unmistakable red face and throat and a black bonnet. Gray above and whitish below.© Marky Mutchler | Macaulay LibraryArizona, August 10, 2020
From below, Males have a red throat and a white belly. The tail is grayish from below. In flight white rump also visible.© Bryan Calk | Macaulay LibraryNew Mexico, April 25, 2020
Male© Gregory Griffith | Macaulay LibraryArizona, May 01, 1995Not all videos have sound
Females look similar to males, but are more orangish red. The intensity of color varies among individuals and could be related to age.© Jason Hoeksema | Macaulay LibraryArizona, May 15, 2016
Male© Shailesh Pinto | Macaulay LibraryArizona, August 25, 2020
Males have a bright red face and throat and look like they are wearing a black bonnet. Breeds in high elevation fir, pine, and oak forests.© Bob Friedrichs | Macaulay LibraryArizona, May 12, 2017
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