Cassin's Finches appeared erratically some winters. They even nested nearby a couple of summers, but then would disappear for two years at a time. A rather poor image, as it was digiscoped through windows of our home in Cedar Crest, New Mexico. It nicely illustrates the straight culmen, the crest and the color differential between head and breast.
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