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April 08, 2014
At the Florida Public Safety Institute, west of Midway on U.S. 90.
They're easy to catch and aggressive fighters.
FWC Facts:Because of their small size, drab appearance and secretive habits, seaside sparrows usually are heard before they are seen.
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