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578830014 a wild sage sparrow amphispiza belli nevadensis perches on...

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Caption: 578830014 a wild sage sparrow amphispiza belli nevadensis perches on a sagebrush branch in kern county california. Extensive coverage of a wide range of avian and other wildlife species, all identified by Latin name.
Scientific name: amphispiza belli nevadensis
Location: kern county california united states
Copyright: © Dave Welling
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