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Iago sparrow(female)

Passer iagoensis

Description:

This species is endemic to the Arcipelago, it has the same cream-colored supercilium of the male but it lacks the beautiful red head. They are very common everywhere on the island and are not timid at all. They aren't shy at all and try to eat your breakfast whenever you get distracted.

Habitat:

Hotel garden

Notes:

1st spotting of the species on project noah

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Cape Verde

Lat: 16.12, Long: -22.91

Spotted on Jul 6, 2014
Submitted on Aug 8, 2014

Spotted for Mission

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