white-throated sparrow

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Synonyms for white-throated sparrow

common North American finch with a white patch on the throat and black-and-white striped crown

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Minutes since daylight was positively related to mass in Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Hermit Thrush, Wood Thrush, Blue-winged Warbler, Magnolia Warbler, Common Yellowthroat, and White-throated Sparrow, and estimated mass change ranged from 0.
001 White-throated Sparrow (Zontricia albicollis) Early 172 0.
Ambrosia occurred more frequently in white-throated sparrow and song sparrow food availability samples than in those of northern cardinals, and Digitaria was recorded in higher percentages of song sparrow and dark-eyed junco than white-throated sparrow food availability samples.
There was a higher proportion of Amaranthus seeds in dark-eyed junco availability samples than in those of the other species, and a higher proportion in white-throated sparrow samples than in northern cardinal or song sparrow samples.
coronata) and White-throated Sparrow (Zonotrichia albicollis).
Grassland and shrub-land birds, and species relying on successional habitat, abandoned and overgrown farmland, such as the meadowlark, bobwhite, and white-throated sparrow are breeding species in steep decline, based on report data.
Childhood at its best is full of such small adventures - hiking to the top of Mount Wachusett, learning to tell a black-capped chickadee from a white-throated sparrow, sharing a secret hiding spot in the hollow of a tree with a best friend.
Washington, December 28 ( ANI ): A bird listening to birdsong may experience some of the same emotions as a human listening to music, suggests a new study on white-throated sparrows.
while migrating geese honk overhead, drowning out a small, disorganized chorus of white-throated sparrows, chickadees, jays, titmice, hermit thrushes, winter wrens and nuthatches foraging for breakfast.
Also include trees and shrubs that will provide leaf litter, where birds such as brown thrashers, towhees and white-throated sparrows can scratch for insects that hide among the dried leaves in late spring.
Maney and her colleagues explored such hormonal tuning in captive female white-throated sparrows.
These vagrants may be the early colonizers that eventually result in breeding range extensions, as has been observed in several waterfowl species, American robins, and white-throated sparrows.
White-throated sparrows, oven-birds rose-breasted grosbeaks, wood thrushes and yellow-bellied sapsuckers are just a few of the species felled by lit office towers.
The much-anticipated spectacular dawn chorus of spring has been thus far limited to a basic band of mostly robins, Carolina wrens, chickadees, titmice, cardinals, red-winged blackbirds, goldfinches, mourning doves, song and white-throated sparrows, accompanied by the percussion of woodpeckers and cacophony of house sparrows.
From our tree stands, we can hear the dawn chorus of hermit thrushes, kinglets, juncos and white-throated sparrows.