Brown-capped Rosy Finch
Adults are brown on the head, back, and breast with pink on the belly, rump, and wings. The forehead is black. They have short black legs and a long forked tail.
In winter, these birds migrate short distances to lower elevations.
These birds forage on the ground, but may fly to catch insects in flight. They mainly eat seeds from weeds and grasses and insects. They often feed in small flocks.
The population of this bird appears to be declining.