Medium-sized wading birds, Scarlet Ibises inhabit diverse environments. Their vibrant scarlet color stems from a diet rich in crustaceans.
Vibrant Painted Redstarts breed in shady New Mexico, Arizona mountains, migrating to Central America's similar habitats in winter.
Robust finch with red head, gray wings. Males are pink, females duller. Habitat spans northern U.S., Canada, Europe, in evergreen and mountainous forests.
Pyrrhuloxias, resembling female Northern Cardinals, inhabit the Southwest with gray plumage and flashes of red. Common in diverse habitats.
Small, social House Finches inhabit the U.S. and Mexico. Males have red plumage; females are brown. Often seen in groups, they feed on seeds.
Medium-sized waders with spoon-shaped bills, Roseate Spoonbills are pale pink, forage in various waters, and get their color from crustacean-rich diets.
Medium-sized Elegant Trogons, found in Arizona mountains, boast red plumage. They inhabit diverse habitats, including forested canyons and juniper areas.
Vibrant Vermilion Flycatchers, found in the Southern US and Mexico, court with flashy insect gifts near streams in open landscapes.
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