The BioFiles - Bill Hubick

Vesper Sparrow (Pooecetes gramineus)

Genus Pooecetes  / Family Emberizidae  / Order Passeriformes  / Class Aves  / Phylum Chordata  / Kingdom Animalia

Vesper Sparrow in Monterey County, California (12/5/2020).

A Vesper Sparrow on territory in rural Caroline County, Maryland (4/17/2010).

A Vesper Sparrow on territory in rural Caroline County, Maryland (4/17/2010).

A particularly confiding Vesper Sparrow sings heartily in eastern Garrett County, Maryland (6/15/2008).

A particularly confiding Vesper Sparrow sings heartily in eastern Garrett County, Maryland (6/15/2008).

A Vesper Sparrow gets in the way of my photographing a Dickcissel in Montgomery County, Maryland (7/17/2011). I can live with such distractions.

A Vesper Sparrow in Baltimore Co., Maryland (10/26/2006).

A breeding Vesper Sparrow in Garrett County, Maryland (4/29/2005).

A nesting Vesper Sparrow in Garrett County, Maryland (4/29/2005).

Vesper Sparrow in Garrett County, Maryland (5/11/2018).

Vesper Sparrow in Garrett County, Maryland (5/11/2018).

Vesper Sparrow in Monterey County, California (12/5/2020).

Vesper Sparrow in Washington County, Maryland (7/31/2009).

Vesper Sparrow in Garrett County, Maryland (6/15/2008).

Vesper Sparrow in Garrett County, Maryland (6/15/2008).

Vesper Sparrow in Garrett County, Maryland (5/11/2018).

Vesper Sparrow in Monterey County, California (12/5/2020).

Vesper Sparrow in Monterey County, California (12/5/2020).

Vesper Sparrow in Monterey County, California (12/5/2020).

Vesper Sparrow in Monterey County, California (12/5/2020).

Vesper Sparrow in Monterey County, California (11/21/2020).

Vesper Sparrow in San Benito County, California (11/21/2020).

Vesper Sparrow in San Benito County, California (11/21/2020).

Vesper Sparrow in San Benito County, California (11/21/2020).

Vesper Sparrow in San Benito County, California (11/21/2020).

Vesper Sparrow in San Benito County, California (11/21/2020).


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Vesper Sparrow (Pooecetes gramineus) - Map

For now, here's a fun heat map representation of my personal sightings in iNaturalist courtesy of iNaturalist.