|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|6.25" 15.9cm||9.75" 24.8cm||0.95oz 27gr||Cardinalidae||Spiza americana|
At first glance, the Dickcissel may make one think of seeing a smaller version of a meadowlark. This field bird makes its habitat in the grasslands in the central regions of the United States and the southeastern areas of Ontario in Canada. They migrate into South America in the fall and return each the spring. It has been seen as a vagrant in Cuba.