Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Field Sparrow

Field Sparrows are common in brushy fields, but tend to avoid urban and suburban habitats. Consequently, these sparrows have declined in numbers. This year I heard a Field Sparrow before I banded one—presumably the individual I heard. The song is an accelerating series of whistles that end in a trill. The species is common across the eastern United States and southern Canada.

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