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This elusive Swamp sparrow lives up to its name by living in wet land areas with dense vegetation.  They have a rapid-fire repetitive call with a metallic tinge that is often heard before visually spotting them.  Initially named “Georgiana” because it was discovered in Georgia in 1790, its current name is more appropriate.  A single plate hand-colored etching, life size.  

"Swamp Calls"

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