Lark Sparrow - Chondestes grammacus
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Lark Sparrows are found in open-country throughout much of the U.S. and Mexico. They breed in the U.S. and migrate to the west coast and Mexico where there is also a year-round population. They nest on the ground in a clump of grass or other vegetation. They mostly eat seeds, but will also eat insects.