The male Dickcissel is a small House Sparrow like bird with a black bib, a yellow chest, and a bluish bill. The female Dickcissel is similar to the male except it is paler and is missing the black bib. It has a range from southern Ontario and the interior of the U.S. between the Rocky and Appalachian mountains. It likes to sing out in bare trees. It has a habitat in Alfalfa, and other fields, meadows, and prairies. It feeds mainly on insects and seeds.
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