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    The male tanager is a bright scarlet red bird while the female is a drab greenish yellow bird. The male sheds its bright red plumage in the fall, appearing more like the female. This tropical-looking bird prefers unbroken woodlands, where it hunts for insects high in the tops of trees. The Scarlet Tanager migrates farther than any other tanager, most of which are sedentary birds in Central and South American forests. Photo by Buffalo Audubon Board member Karen Lee Lewis.

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Buffalo Audubon Society
(800) 377-1520 | (585) 457-3228
A 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization

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