|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|4.25" 10.8cm||7" 17.8cm||0.3oz 8.5g||Thraupidae||Melanospiza bicolor|
The Black-faced Grassquit is a vagrant bird sometimes seen in the southeastern states. This sparrow-like grassland bird lives on the islands in the West Indies, as well as, in Central and South America. They are seen along country roads next to farmfields or in open agriculture areas and they are common in coffee plantations. It is a native bird of Cuba.