PLANET EARTH UNDERWATER

AMERICAN BIRD CONSERVANCY

BAIRD’S SPARROW

BIRD OF THE WEEK:SCIENTIFIC NAME: Ammodramus bairdii
POPULATION: Approximately 2 million
TREND: Declining
HABITAT: Breeds in North American native mixed-grass and short-grass prairies. Winters in grasslands, mostly in Mexico.

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