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    • talain45 said:

      You know, I don’t know why this bird is called a song sparrow. It does sing, but it is not as lovely as an indigo bunting or the wood thrush. It just does not compare. But it does sing and it might sound like this “Madge-Madge-Madge, put-on-your-tea-kettle-ettle-ettle”

  1. This is a Field Sparrow. You can tell by the plain face and the pink bill. I always know them by their wide-eyed appearance. One of my favorites. Song Sparrows have heavy malar markings (lower on the cheek). Nice photo!

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