chestnut-capped brush finch


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The chestnut-capped brush finch (Arremon brunneinucha), is a passerine

bird which breeds in highlands from central Mexico to south-eastern Peru. Despite its name, it is not a true finch, but rather a member of the large Emberizidae family, which also includes buntings, American sparrows, juncos and towhees. Until recently, it was generally placed in the genus Buarremon, while it occasionally has been placed inAtlapetes. source

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