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  Yellow-billed Grosbeak

 

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A captive Yellow-billed Grosbeak, which is also commonly known as a Chinese Grosbeak, tied to a stick by a leash and brought along for companionship by a visitor to a public recreational area in Beijing, China.

 

Its body plumage is mainly greyish-buff, with a darker buff spot around the lower sides, near the vent. The face is black with a large bright yellow bill. The wings are brownish with black primaries that have indistinct white markings, while the upper tail is also black. See also List of Thai Animal Names.

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  Yellow-billed Grosbeak