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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red-crested_cardinal

The red-crested cardinal (Paroaria coronata) is a songbird with a prominent red head and crest. This species belongs in the family of the tanagers (Thraupidae).

nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/red-crested-cardinal

A medium-sized bird, the red-crested cardinal resembles North America's Northern cardinal in shape, but is mainly gray with only a brilliant red head, crest and ...

neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/Species-Account/nb/species/reccar/overview

Red-crested Cardinal gets its common name from its red head and prominent crest. Native to northern Argentina, Bolivia, southern Brazil, Paraguay and ...

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Apr 3, 2012 ... A Red Crested Cardinal I filmed at Kailua Beach in Hawaii yesterday.

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The Red-crested Cardinal (Thurapidae Paroaria) - as the name says - gets its common name from its distinctive red head and prominent crest. Adult's average  ...

www.riverbanks.org/subsite/pact/cardinal%20profile.pdf

Biological Profile – Red-crested Cardinal Paroaria coronata, (Miller, 1776) by Josef Lindholm, Cameron Park Zoo. Order. Passeriformes. Family. Emberizidae [ or ...

www.birdwatchersgeneralstore.com/RedCrested.htm

Apr 13, 2007 ... It is called a "Red-crested Cardinal." It has the same body shape as the regular cardinal, but it is mostly gray, with a red head and a light colored ...

www.britannica.com/animal/red-crested-cardinal

The red-crested cardinal ( P. coronata), also known as the Brazilian cardinal, has a red head, a white belly, and gray wings. Though native to Brazil, Argentina, ...

www.explorebiodiversity.com/Hawaii/BIRDS/Birds/Red-Crested%20Cardinal.htm

Red-Crested Cardinal (Paroaria coronata). Also known as the Brazilian Cardinal, it was introduced around 1930 from South America. It feeds on seeds, plant ...

www.bird-friends.com/BirdPage.php?name=Red-Crested%20Cardinal

The Red-crested Cardinal feeds on the ground for seeds, plant matter, insects, and fruit. Often found in pairs or small family groups. Also known as the Brazilian  ...