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breed in west Texas, southwest New Mexico, and southeast Arizona. Most wintering birds are found at middle elevations of central Mexico. The species uses a wide range throughout the year, but breeding is restricted to dry, open habitats. Over most of its range, little is known about this species' abundance or migrations.

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