Harris's Sparrow (Zonotrichia querula)

A first-winter male Harris's Sparrow in Howard Co., Maryland (3/21/2009). This is the first sighting
        of the species in Maryland since March 2003. Thanks to Ken Clark for finding and sharing this great bird! Accepted by MD/DCRC as MD/2008-051. Photo by Bill Hubick.

Above and below: A first-winter male Harris's Sparrow in Howard Co., Maryland (3/21/2009). This is the first sighting of the species in Maryland since March 2003. Thanks to Ken Clark for finding and sharing this great bird! Accepted by MD/DCRC as MD/2008-051.

A first-winter male Harris's Sparrow in Howard Co., Maryland (3/21/2009). This is the first sighting
        of the species in Maryland since March 2003. Thanks to Ken Clark for finding and sharing this great bird! Accepted by MD/DCRC as MD/2008-051. Photo by Bill Hubick.

A first-winter male Harris's Sparrow in Howard Co., Maryland (3/21/2009). This is the first sighting
        of the species in Maryland since March 2003. Thanks to Ken Clark for finding and sharing this great bird! Accepted by MD/DCRC as MD/2008-051. Photo by Bill Hubick.

A first-winter male Harris's Sparrow in Howard Co., Maryland (3/21/2009). This is the first sighting
        of the species in Maryland since March 2003. Thanks to Ken Clark for finding and sharing this great bird! Accepted by MD/DCRC as MD/2008-051. Photo by Bill Hubick.

We were excited to first detect the Harris's Sparrow by song. Ron Gutberlet picked it out in the distance in this cedar.

A first-winter male Harris's Sparrow in Howard Co., Maryland (3/21/2009). This is the first sighting
        of the species in Maryland since March 2003. Thanks to Ken Clark for finding and sharing this great bird! Accepted by MD/DCRC as MD/2008-051. Photo by Bill Hubick.

A first-winter male Harris's Sparrow in Howard Co., Maryland (3/21/2009). This is the first sighting
        of the species in Maryland since March 2003. Thanks to Ken Clark for finding and sharing this great bird! Accepted by MD/DCRC as MD/2008-051. Photo by Bill Hubick.

Animated U.S. range map from eBird (click to read more)


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