Male has an unmistakable red face and throat and a black bonnet. Gray above and whitish below.© Thomas Ford-Hutchinson | Macaulay LibraryArizona, June 05, 2016
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© Gregory Griffith | Macaulay LibraryArizona, May 01, 1995
From below, Males have a red throat and a white belly. The tail is grayish from below. In flight white rump also visible.© Tim Lenz | Macaulay LibraryArizona, April 30, 2014
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.© Jason Leifester | Macaulay LibraryArizona, June 15, 2016
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