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Passerine sp. seen in Glacier NP (Apgar Visitor Center and Campground Area) [June 4, 2021] (1 Viewer)

lgonz1008

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United States
Can't figure out what this bird could be, I've gotten recommendations of everything from Cassin's Finch to Chipping Sparrow and from Common Redpoll to Warbler sp.

It was seen in coniferous habitat singing by the side of the trail early morning (I do not recall the call).

Any help would be appreciated
 

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rkj

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For those who may be wondering, this would be in northern Montana, USA. For those who may be wandering, this would be a great place to visit. As for the bird, the first picture looks a little like a Chipping Sparrow, but I really can't tell.
 

Andy Adcock

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England
For those who may be wondering, this would be in northern Montana, USA. For those who may be wandering, this would be a great place to visit. As for the bird, the first picture looks a little like a Chipping Sparrow, but I really can't tell.
Glad you added the location belatedly because my mind immediately went here.

 

lgonz1008

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United States
Sorry for the location confusion, and thank you for confirming it was Chipping Sparrow. There were a few of them on the trail but that one was singing differently and way higher in the canopy that made me unsure of the species.
 

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