Comments: ALL SEASONS: Desert scrub, chaparral, edges of cultivated lands, and arid open situations with scattered brush, locally in cedar glades and pine-oak woodland (Tropical and Subtropical zones) (AOU 1983). BREEDING: Usually nests low (3-15 ft from ground) in tree, shrub or clump of cactus. Rarely nests on ground. The nest is made of sticks lined with leaves grasses, feathers, snakeskin, dry pieces of livestock manure, etc.
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