Buntings are a group of Eurasian and African passerine birds that are the Old World equivalents of the North American sparrows in the family Emberizidae. The bunting birds are a seed-eating bird with stubby, conical bills. Their habits are similar to those of finches, with which they sometimes used to be grouped. Some emberizids are still named 'finches' rather than 'buntings'. There are species, such as the Indigo Bunting and Painted Buntings, which are now classed in the cardinal family.
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