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Chipping Sparrow

Spizella passerina

Description:

A crisp, pretty sparrow whose bright rufous cap both provides a splash of color and makes adults fairly easy to identify. Chipping Sparrows are common across North America wherever trees are interspersed with grassy openings. Their loud, trilling songs are one of the most common sounds of spring woodlands and suburbs.

Habitat:

Red Maple in Barnyard.

Notes:

Location is approximate.

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Fyn Kynd
Spotted by
Fyn Kynd

Maine, USA

Lat: 44.34, Long: -69.18

Spotted on Apr 29, 2013
Submitted on May 4, 2013

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