Bachman Sparrow

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Bachman's Sparrow
... Bachman's Sparrow (Peucaea aestivalis), is a small American sparrow that is endemic to the southeastern United States ... This species was named in honor of Reverend John Bachman ... These are mid-sized New World sparrows, measuring 12.2–16.2 cm (4.8–6.4 in) and weighing 18.4–23 g (0.65–0.81 oz) ...
Bachman's Sparrow - Predators
... Data demonstrating which species prey on Bachman's sparrow are lacking ... brachyurus) and possibly American kestrels (Falco sparverius) prey on adult Bachman's sparrows ... and snakes eat Bachman's sparrow nestlings ...
Bachman's Sparrow - Timing of Major Life Events - Nesting Success
... Values of nest success reported for Bachman's sparrows vary ... Daily nest survival rate of Bachman's sparrow ranged from 0.89 to 0.96 across sites and years in the dry prairie of central Florida ... On average 3.13 birds were fledged per successful Bachman's sparrow nest ...
Bachman's Sparrow - Timing of Major Life Events - Breeding
... Bachman's sparrows' breeding season typically begins in April and continues through August ... According to a literature review the earliest date for Bachman's sparrow eggs in Florida is 14 April and the latest date is 4 August ... The earliest Bachman's sparrow nest found during a study in longleaf pine habitat of South Carolina was 10 April, while the latest nest found was early in the incubation stage on 5 August ...

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