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Chipping Sparrow

Spizella passerina

Description:

An abundant feeder bird here in the Southeast. These birds pretty much rule the feeders from March-May. They are named after their song, which is a buzzy trill, similar to the Pine Warbler's but more insect-like.

Habitat:

Urban woodlands

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1 Comment

Ajwerko
Ajwerko 7 years ago

Great photos!!

Liam
Spotted by
Liam

Georgia, USA

Spotted on Mar 15, 2013
Submitted on Apr 16, 2013

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