Eastern Towhee - Pipilo erythrophtaimus
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The Eastern Towhee inhabits the eastern half of the U.S. as it name implies. The sexes look similar except the female is brown rather than black on its head, chest, back, wings and tail. They primarily eat on the group foraging through the vegetation for seeds, insects, etc. During the breeding seeds, they eat mostly insects and other animal matter.