White-Crowned Sparrow

(Wikipedia) The white-crowned sparrow (Zonotrichia leucophrys), is a species of passerine bird native to North America. A medium-sized member of the American sparrow family, this species is marked by a gray face and black and white streaking on the upper head. It breeds in brushy areas in the taiga and tundra of the northernmost parts of the continent and in the Rocky Mountains and Pacific coast. (Photo by D.J. Hannigan/The Flume)

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