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7 minutes ago, Charlie Spencer said:

Also https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Dark-eyed_Junco/id.  Dark--Eyed Juncos have at least six different subspecies, each with a different appearance.  To further confuse things, the juveniles often appear different from the adults.

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Pyle lists 14 subspecies, 12 in North America and 2 in Baja (although I think one of those has been split off by the AOU), grouped into 5 subspecies groups. Those are what's actually illustrated in the field guides.

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