Ornithologist Stuart Pimm holds an endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow in this 1996 photograph. Only about 3,200 birds remain. Biologists fear heavy rain this winter may cause one of the worst nesting seasons, which begins this month, in decades.
Ornithologist Stuart Pimm holds an endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow in this 1996 photograph. Only about 3,200 birds remain. Biologists fear heavy rain this winter may cause one of the worst nesting seasons, which begins this month, in decades. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
Ornithologist Stuart Pimm holds an endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow in this 1996 photograph. Only about 3,200 birds remain. Biologists fear heavy rain this winter may cause one of the worst nesting seasons, which begins this month, in decades. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

Wet South Florida winter puts rare Everglades sparrow in danger

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