Clay-Coloured Sparrow

Nancy Barrett

Toronto, Canada

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Photographed at the tip of Pt. Pelee National Park 12 May 2011 with Nikon D90 and Sigma 150-500 mm lens

Clay-colored Sparrows are small, cleanly-marked sparrows of the northern plains. On their breeding grounds, Clay-colored Sparrows advertise their presence with a simple but distinctive and highly-charged buzzing song. Easily distinguished by plumage in summer, they appear very similar in winter to their close relatives, Brewer’s and Chipping sparrows, with which they often form large mixed flocks.

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