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Lincoln's sparrow        Images © Mark A. Chappell

Lincoln's sparrows are small, neatly-colored birds that breed in the north and winter in the southern US.   They look somewhat like song sparrows, but have neat, thin lines on a buffy breast (not the dark spot of the song sparrow) and a large gray 'eyebrow'.   The bird below at left was feeding on berries near Homer, Alaska; the others were in Potter Marsh near Anchorage, Alaska and in Madera Canyon and Patagonia in southeastern Arizona.

  • Canon 1D Mk. II, 1D4, or 7D2; 500 mm f4 IS lens plus 2X converter or 800 mm IS lens with 1.4X converter, fill-in flash (2004, 2005, 2011, 2018)