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Fox Sparrow: Loud, rich, and slow-paced; dominated by slurred whistles. Birds of North and East ("Red" Fox Sparrow) sing smooth songs with few buzzy notes and repeat same song; Western birds (especially "Thick-billed") choppier with more buzzy elements and switch songs frequently.
Credits:All text copyright Michael O'Brien. All sounds copyright Macaulay Library. Image copyright Brian E. Small.