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Art by Diane Taylor
The Golden-cheeked Warbler could be the only bird types that breeds solely in Texas. This bird is extremely striking, having its bright yellowish cheeks offset by a black colored neck and straight straight straight back, however it is most frequently discovered by its distinctive buzzy track increasing out from the wooded canyons by which it breeds. The Golden-cheeked types in main Texas with an assortment that coincides closely with this associated with Ashe Juniper (Juniperus ashei), and winters within the highlands of Central America from southern Mexico to Nicaragua. The Virgin Islands, and California on migration, this warbler generally uses the Sierra Madre Oriental of Mexico, but records exist for Florida.