Amphispiza bilineata breeds in the southwest and central regions of North America, extending into the north-central mainland of Mexico. The summer range is much larger than the winter range in the United States. In the winters, it migrates to southern U.S. deserts (Clark,1999; Karl, 2000).
Biogeographic Regions: nearctic (Native )
- Clark, G. 1999. "Black-throated Sparrow Photograph, Nest With Eggs, and Sound Recording" (On-line). Accessed March 18, 2002 at http://mirror-pole.com/collpage/bts/bts.htm.
- Karl, J. 2000. "Amphispiza bilineata (Black-throated Sparrow)" (On-line). Accessed March 17,2002 at http://imnh.isu.edu/digitalatlas/bio/birds/sngbrd/sparrow/btsp/btsp_inf.htm.
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