The Pyrrhuloxia or desert cardinal from the American southwest and northern Mexico and Lawrence's goldfinch from California are two examples.
What does PYRR stand for?
PYRR stands for Pyrrhuloxia (bird species Cardinalis sinuatus)
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Of the 11 species of resident passerines we captured, all but the pyrrhuloxia were nesting in both arroyos and uplands (Kozma and Matthews, 1997).
Some of the birds that can be found there typically do not occur elsewhere in the country and include the colima warbler, Lucifer hummingbird, band-tailed pigeon, varied bunting, flammulated owl, elf owl, Mexican jay, black-chinned sparrow, green kingfisher, pyrrhuloxia, and crissal thrasher.