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Sparrow migration tracked for first time from California to Alaska


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Using tiny tags to track a bird's location, biologists have unlocked the mystery of where golden-crowned sparrows, which overwinter in California, go to breed in the spring. By using tags that record day length to estimate location, the biologists determined that four golden-crowned sparrows tagged in central coastal California spent the breeding season along the coast of the Gulf of Alaska.

 

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