Red-crested Cardinal: Native to South America, this bird has a bright red head, crest, face, chin and upper breast. The upperparts are gray with an incomplete white collar that nearly meets at the back of the neck.
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Red-crested Cardinal: This species is native to South America, but was introduced to the Hawaiian Islands around 1930. In Hawaii, these birds prefer parks, lawns and dry thickets in Hawaii; however, within their South American range, they can be found in subtropical or tropical dry shrubland and degraded forests.
The population of the bird has not been determined but is known to be frequent in many of its native areas. The Red-crested Cardinal does not currently meet the criteria for the IUCN Red List and has an evaluation level of Least Concern.