The Spotted Towhee has very distinguished markings, a black head and chest, red sides, white belly, and white spots on the black wings. They are found generally in the western part of North America in open areas that have trees, shrubs, or undergrowth. Spotted Towhees eat insects, seeds, or berries, depending on the time of year.



4 thoughts on “SPOTTED TOWHEE

  1. I love spotted towhees! The way they throw their heads back when they sing their perky little song makes me smile.

    Interestingly, I don’t remember having them around before about five years ago. I never know if that’s because they have moved into the area, or I’ve just become a little better birder, and am now noticing them. 🙂

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