(Spiza americana)

Primarily a bird of midwestern lowlands, Dickcissel looks like a technicolor version of a House Sparrow.  It is the only member of its genus, Spiza. During fall migration, individuals may show up at feeders mixed in with House Sparrows, and females especially can easily be overlooked.

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