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Fox Sparrow. Note smooth brown upper and its habits: it scratches on the ground with both feet, kicking up the soil to peck around for bugs. Yellow bill. Underbelly is densely speckled all the way under. Dark spot or "X" at the centre upper breast.

Note smooth brown upper and its habits: it scratches on the ground with both feet, kicking up the soil to peck around for bugs. Underbelly is densely speckled all the way under. Dark spot or "X" at the centre upper breast.

After vegetation recovered in some empty lands in California, Oregon and Washington, during the last three decades, a scientist noticed a lowered pitch in male white-crowned sparrows. She also discovered that the birds slowed down their singing. The biologist Elizabeth Derryberry considers that in such a way the love songs of this species of sparrows are carried better through a more abundant landscape.

Bird's Songs Vary Depending on the Habitat - Science - InfoNIAC - Latest Inventions

Lincoln's Sparrow - Audubon. Generally a skulker in dense low cover, this sparrow often goes unnoticed during migration and winter -- especially in the East, where it is quite uncommon. In the West, birders soon learn to find it by its hard chep callnote in the bushes. Even where they are common, Lincoln's Sparrows tend to be solitary, not joining flocks. The musical song of the males is heard in summer in willow thickets of the North and the Mountain West.

Lincoln's Sparrow (Melospiza lincolnii) perched on a branch in the boreal forest of Saskatchewan, Canada.

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"Baby Owl, & Baby Duck", know no difference is the "Cluck"~ (different Bird species) The saying is, "Birds of a Feather, stick together"~ Wanta Flock? (They will soon learn)~

Lincoln's Sparrow..winter bird

Lincoln's sparrow is a medium-sized sparrow. Adults have dark-streaked olive-brown upperparts with a light brown breast with fine streaks, a white belly, and a white throat.

Baird’s Sparrow (Ammodramus bairdii)

Baird’s Sparrow (Ammodramus bairdii) United States and Canada

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