Sagebrush Sparrow - Artemisiospiza belli
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The Sagebrush Sparrow is found in western United States and Mexico. They breed in northwestern U.S. They eat insects, spiders, seeds, small fruits, and vegetation.
The Sagebrush Sparrow and Bell's Sparrow were two of five subspecies of the Sage Sparrow. In 2013, they were split with one subspecies becoming the Sagebrush Sparrow and the other four, Bell's Sparrow.