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Found this bird earlier this year in Northern Cal at the wildlife viewing area. Mid morning. It was on the ground in the bush.  Thank you

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Agreed!

Even though the "horns" are not always visible, features that point to this ID include the black mask, black breast band, brown overall and pale below, and a black tail. Females are paler, lack the mask, have a light yellow throat, and a brown breast band.

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