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The Rufous-capped Warbler (Basileuterus rufifrons) has olive-green upperparts, bright yellow throat and upper breast, and white belly and a distinctive facial pattern comprised of a rufous cap, a white eyebrow-line (or superciliary), a dark eye-line fading into a rufous cheek, and a white malar (cheek) marking. While Rufous-capped Warblers are generally birds of tropical shrubby highlands, North American sightings tend to be in oak woodland canyon bottoms, near running water, while the birds stay low in dense vegetation. The Rufous-capped Warbler and the closely related Chestnut-capped Warbler were formerly considered part of the same species. It occurs in Southern USA and Latin America.
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