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Tufted Jay - Cyanocorax dickeyi - is a species of bird in the Corvidae family. - It is endemic to a small area of the Sierra Madre Occidental of Sinaloa and Durango in Mexico. - It is resident in relatively moist, epiphyte-laden subtropical montane f

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