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PYRRPyrrhuloxia (bird species Cardinalis sinuatus)
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and southern Canada, though in parts of the Southwest it is replaced by a bird called the pyrrhuloxia. The pyrrhuloxia has some similarities to the cardinal in appearance (though it is less red, with a different and lesser mask, and a yellow and sharply curved upper beak).
"Remember the eared trogon?" "Yeah, and how about the pyrrhuloxia!" "And when we stayed up for the buff-colored nightjar?"
Also, a more fragmented habitat with a greater influence of arid scrubland species such as the Scissor-tailed Flycatcher, Loggerhead Shrike, and Pyrrhuloxia, which were recorded only in this section.