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Summary information for SPARROW, BACHMAN'S
Common Name SPARROW, BACHMAN'S
Scientific Name PEUCAEA AESTIVALIS ILLINOENSIS
Status NONGAME, STATE ENDANGERED, STATE RANK S1, GLOBAL RANK G3
Primary Habitat Association Glade complex
Preferred Habitat Inhabits glades, open pinewoods, early successional stage old fields and oak-hickory or shortleaf pine regeneration with canopy cover less than 30%. Bare ground and well-developed herbaceous layer are important.
Distribution Rare summer resident in southern half of Missouri *02*.
Known to
occur in
these
counties:
BARRY, BUTLER, CRAWFORD, DENT, DOUGLAS, FRANKLIN, GREENE, HOWELL, IRON, MADISON, MARIES, MORGAN, OREGON, OZARK, PHELPS, PULASKI, RIPLEY, ST. CHARLES, ST. LOUIS, TANEY, TEXAS

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