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Pictures of Yellow-Faced Grassquits
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Yellow Faced Grassquit Eating Seeds


Yellow Faced Grassquit Eating Seeds

Female Tiaris Olivaceus In Tree


Female Tiaris Olivaceus In Tree

Female Tiaris Olivaceus On Branch


Female Tiaris Olivaceus On Branch

Female Tiaris Olivaceus


Female Tiaris Olivaceus

Female Yellow Faced Grassquit Eating Orange


Female Yellow Faced Grassquit Eating Orange

Female Yellow Faced Grassquit In Tree


Female Yellow Faced Grassquit In Tree

Female Yellow Faced Grassquit On Branch


Female Yellow Faced Grassquit On Branch

Female Yellow Faced Grassquit


Female Yellow Faced Grassquit

Male Yellow Faced Grassquit Feeding


Male Yellow Faced Grassquit Feeding

Male Yellow Faced Grassquit On Ground


Male Yellow Faced Grassquit On Ground
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Yellow-Faced Grassquit pictures (Tiaris olivaceus), from Jamaica. Though it resembles a sparrow or finch, it is actually a specialized tanager, and is closely related to Darwin's finches.

The males have bold orange or yellow stripes on their faces, while the females are a dull grey color. All pictures were taken at the Rocklands Bird Sanctuary in Jamaica.