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Rose-throated Becard Pachyramphus aglaiae


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Rose-throated Becard
credit:  Jerry Oldenettel/CCSA

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Family: Tyrannidae, Tyrant Flycatchers view all from this family

Description Adult male has mostly gray upperparts with dark cap, and paler gray underparts, but with a bright rose-pink throat patch. Female has similar black cap, but upperparts are warm brown and underparts are yellow-buff, without the throat patch.

Dimensions Length: 6 1/2" (17 cm)

Range Texas, Southwest

Discussion Widespread Central American species, with toehold in North America; present May-Sep in riverside woodland in southern Arizona and southern Texas.