The Variable Seedeater, Sporophila corvina, is a passerine bird which breeds from southern Mexico through Central America to the Chocó of north-western South America. The taxonomy is confusing, and it was formerly considered a subspecies of Sporophila americana (see Taxonomy). Even within the Variable Seedeater as presently defined, there are great variations in its plumage.
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... This seedeater is a common to abundant bird in lowlands and foothills up to 1,500 m altitude in semi-open areas such as forest edges, roadsides, low scrub ... It also flocks with other species of seedeaters in pasture, weedy fields and other grassland ... The Variable Seedeater has a harsh chur call ...
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