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White-Throated Sparrow

 

Length: 6.25-7.5 inches Song: Poor-Sam-Peabody,Peabody,Peabody or pure sweet-
Canada,Canada,Canada
Wingspan: 8.75-10 inches Behavior: solitary or in pairs
Weight: 0.9 ounce Breeding: Monogamous,Solitary
Habitat: Forest, Forest edge, Open Forest, and Bushes Population: Common and widespread in conifer forests, mixed conifer, forests, forest edge clearings, and thickets. Rare in the west.
Migration: Migratory Feeders: seeds and grains
Appearance: yellow supraloral strip, dark bill, white throat. 2 white wings
Interesting Facts: white striped males tend to mate with tan-striped females, and tan-striped males mate with white-striped females.

Compiled by Sean & Ieasha, Middletown Elementary School, Louisville, KY
Information from Birds of North America by Fred J Alsop III, DK Publishing, Inc., 2001

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Last Updated: February 28, 2012

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