"The Waterfinders -Socorro Towhee" --Two birds on a branch with a yellow flower against the rocky shoreline of Socorro Island; this race originally described by A. J. Grayson in California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences.
Pipilo erythrothalmus socorroensis. Red-eyed Towhee.
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Watercolors of Birds of the Pacific Slope. 1853-1869
BANC PIC 19xx.117:017--ffALB
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