Cassin's Sparrow

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Cassin's Sparrow (), Peucaea cassinii, is a medium-sized sparrow.

This passerine bird's range is primarily along the United States/Mexico border, with a breeding range that extends through the Great Plains states up to the southwestern corner of Nebraska, and a winter range that extends well into Mexico.

The name of this bird commemorates the American ornithologist John Cassin.


Further reading


  • Dunning, J. B., Jr., R. K. Bowers, Jr., S. J. Suter, and C. E. Bock. 1999. Cassin’s Sparrow (Aimophila cassinii). In The Birds of North America, No. 471 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). The Birds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA.


  • Gordon CE. Ph.D. (1999). Community ecology and management of wintering grassland sparrows in Arizona. The University of Arizona, United States, Arizona.

  • Groschupf KD. Ph.D. (1983). COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE VOCALIZATIONS AND SINGING BEHAVIOR OF FOUR AIMOPHILA SPARROWS. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States, Virginia.

  • Kirkpatrick CK. M.S. (1999). Trends in grassland bird abundance following prescribed burning in southern Arizona. The University of Arizona, United States, Arizona.


  • Berthelsen PS & Smith LM. (1995). NONGAME BIRD NESTING ON CRP LANDS IN THE TEXAS SOUTHERN HIGH-PLAINS. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. vol 50, no 6. pp. 672–675.

  • Bock CE & Bock JH. (1992). Response of Birds to Wildfire in Native...... ...
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