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Thanks egosnell! I got one of the male earlier that day and ID'd that. Didn't think to look for the female. 

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The males and females of this species cannot be told apart by plumage.  However, there are two morphs of White-throated Sparrow, the tan-striped (which your bird looks to be) and the white-striped.

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Yikes - my sincerest apologies to the females of the morphs and a huge thanks to you Bird Nuts! That means I was able to see both morphs in the same outing. 😁 

The other morph...

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