Savannah Sparrow

1/800s at f10.0, ISO:800, Canon EOS-1D X w/800mm, 1.4x converter

The Savannah Sparrow breeds in Alaska, Canada, northern, central and Pacific coastal USA, Mexico and Guatemala. The Pacific and Mexican breeders are resident, but other populations are migratory, wintering from the southern United States across Central America and the Caribbean to northern South America. The nest has an outer layer of coarse grasses, with a tightly woven inner cup of finer grasses is located on the ground. Clutch size is 2 to 6 eggs. They feed mostly on the ground, generally alone or, during the nonbreeding season, in small flocks.
Nome, AK