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The white-throated sparrow is native to central Canada and the north-eastern United States. In the winter, they migrate to the southern and eastern United States. This sparrow has white and black stripes on its head, with yellow in front of its eyes. As the name implies, it has a white throat. Its back and wings are striped black and brown, and its breast is gray. Play the following videos to learn more about the white-throated sparrow.