The black-faced grosbeak is a large seed-eating bird in the cardinal family , which is a resident breeding species from south-eastern Mexico to eastern Panama.
The adult black-faced grosbeak is 16.5 cm long, weighs 36 g, and has a heavy, mainly black, bill. It has a black face, yellow head, neck and breast, and olive back, wings and tail. The rump and belly are grey. Immatures are duller and have duskier face markings. The vocalisations include sharp ''chip'' or ''tweet'' calls,.. more
Similar species: Passerines
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