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Adults have a short forked brown tail and brown wings. They have a longer bill than the purple finch. Adult males are raspberry red on the head, breast, back and rump their back and undertail are streaked. Adult females have light brown upperparts and light underparts with brown streaks throughout their facial markings are less distinct than those of the female purple finch. Their breeding habitat is coniferous forest in mountains of western North America as far south as northern New Mexico and Arizona also Southern California near Baja California. They nest in large conifers. They move to lower elevations in winter.
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