Black-faced Grassquit Tiaris bicolor

Black-faced Grassquit Tiaris bicolor

The Black-faced Grassquit, Tiaris bicolor, is a small bird formerly placed with the Emberizidae. It is now recognized as a tanager closely related to Darwins finches. It breeds in the West Indies except Cuba, on Tobago but not Trinidad, and along the northern coasts of Colombia and Venezuela.

Factsheet: Black-faced Grassquit Tiaris bicolor 


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