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The spotted towhee (Pipilo maculatus) is a large New World sparrow . The taxonomy of the towhee s has been debated in recent decades, and formerly this bird and the eastern towhee were considered a single species, the rufous-sided towhee. An archaic name for the spotted towhee is the Oregon towhee (Pipilo maculatus ore
Skip to this pages content Advertisement Spotted Towhee Pipilo maculatus Backyard Birding Home Backyard Bird Identifier Bird Photos Backyard Birds Quiz Backyard Birds A-Z Shop Illustration by Peter Burke Map Audio The spotted and eastern towhees (formerly combined as the rufous-sided towhee) have a narrow hybri
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