This fellow and dozens of his friends arrived here in Marianna, Florida (northwest panhandle) at the end of January 2020. There are still a dozen or so still here, but I believe (hope, actually) that they’re just passing through on their way back north. I use the Audubon app on my phone, but I remain uncertain as to their identity… maybe chipping sparrows?
I think this is the sparrow. What do I call them local? I am not sure how they called it. These birds are really kind and helpful to my people. They can catch insects that destroy crops. But I don’t know where it is going. I am pretty sure about this bird because I have seen it many times. I hope this information can help you.
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