Vermilion Flycatcher

(Pyrocephalus rubinus)

A common species in areas of the southwest, the male Vermilion Flycatcher is unmistakable in its brilliant red plumage, but females are a much more nondescript gray-brown, with some breast streaking and just a hint of pink on the lower belly and undertail.

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