An endangered grasshopper sparrow sits amid grasses at White Oak, a 10,000-acre conservation preserve north of Jacksonville, one of two captive breeding programs started by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service after sparrow numbers plummeted to less than 50 breeding pairs.
An endangered grasshopper sparrow sits amid grasses at White Oak, a 10,000-acre conservation preserve north of Jacksonville, one of two captive breeding programs started by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service after sparrow numbers plummeted to less than 50 breeding pairs. Courtesy of White Oak
An endangered grasshopper sparrow sits amid grasses at White Oak, a 10,000-acre conservation preserve north of Jacksonville, one of two captive breeding programs started by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service after sparrow numbers plummeted to less than 50 breeding pairs. Courtesy of White Oak