The mutator is a passerine that breeds in Chocó from southern Mexico to Central America to northwestern South America. This classification is confusing and was previously thought to be a subspecies of American sporozoites. Small seed-eating bird of humid tropical lowlands; very ordinary. Establish in grass, overgrown areas and forest edges, usually in the same place as the larger thick-billed finch. In pairs or small groups, it is simple to mix with white-collar seed eaters and other seed-eating birds. Note the stubby bills (different from the thick-billed finch) and the female hazel olive feathers (not the thick brown as the finch). Men in Mexico and most of Central America are black. In southern Central America and South America, men have different amounts of white on their lower parts and hips, hence the name.
Ringtone, Alarm, Notification, SMS
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