A rare Cape Sable seaside sparrow sings from a blooming stalk of sawgrass in a marle prairie just east of Shark River Slough in Everglades National Park in 1996. Fewer than 300 of the endangered sparrows survive.
A rare Cape Sable seaside sparrow sings from a blooming stalk of sawgrass in a marle prairie just east of Shark River Slough in Everglades National Park in 1996. Fewer than 300 of the endangered sparrows survive. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
A rare Cape Sable seaside sparrow sings from a blooming stalk of sawgrass in a marle prairie just east of Shark River Slough in Everglades National Park in 1996. Fewer than 300 of the endangered sparrows survive. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

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