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The Phainopepla does not migrate, as a rule, but they do move around in search of better sources of berries. They leave the desert in the hottest parts of the summer moving north and along the southern coast.

A female Phainopepla nitens eating Sambucus mexicana berries. - grid24_12
A female Phainopepla nitens eating Sambucus mexicana berries.
A young male(I think) Phainopepla eating Mahonia nevinii berries. The Mahonis Neninii, Nevin's Barberry is a favorite of many native California birds.
A Phainopepla checking for mistletoe berries - grid24_12
A Phainopepla checking out mistletoe on the Creosote in the desert.
Phainopepla on a Yucca in Joshua Tree. - grid24_12
In the desert
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