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... The Black Rosy Finch, or Black Rosy-finch, (Leucosticte atrata) is a species of passerine bird in the family Fringillidae native to the western United States ...
... The Black Rosy Finch's breeding habitat is mountain areas above the tree-line, amongst alpine rocks and cliffs ... Its distribution range is between that of the Gray-crowned Rosy Finch (L ... which is located to north and west, and the Brown-capped Rosy Finch (L ...
... Six subspecies of the Gray-crowned Rosy Finch are now recognized, though proposals for additional subspecies have been recognized ... Baird, 1869 also known as “Hepburn’s Rosy-Finch,” “Gray-headed Rosy-Finch”, "Gray-cheeked Rosy-Finch"), breeds in south-central Alaska east to western Canada (SW Yukon, NW British Columbia) and ... tephrocotis (Swainson, 1832) also known as "Brown-cheeked Rosy-Finch", breeds northern central Alaska east to northwest Canada (central Yukon, British ...
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