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ID please. Pitt Meadows, BC, Canada. April 7th, 2022 (1 Viewer)

vobler69

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Location: Pitt Meadows, BC, Canada.
April 7th, 2022
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vobler69

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Canada
White-crowned Sparrow.

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A while ago I posted another picture for an ID. I was told that it was also a White-crowned Sparrow. However their heads look quite different to me. Also the 3 birds photographed on April 7th (above) looked bigger, probably 50% bigger. Here is the old picture. As you can see there is very little white on the head. Juvenile?
 

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Microtus

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United States
A while ago I posted another picture for an ID. I was told that it was also a White-crowned Sparrow. However their heads look quite different to me. Also the 3 birds photographed on April 7th (above) looked bigger, probably 50% bigger. Here is the old picture. As you can see there is very little white on the head. Juvenile?
It's an immature bird, not a juvenile. Looks can be deceiving, all your birds were the same size.
 

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