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Related to American Tree Sparrow: field sparrow, swamp sparrow
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ATSPAsymmetric Traveling Salesman Problem
ATSPAssociation of Telemedicine Service Providers
ATSPAmerican Tree Sparrow
ATSPAir Traffic Service Provider (FAA term for all disciplines of air traffic controllers)
ATSPAdvanced Technology Support Program (precompeted umbrella contracting vehicle)
ATSPAirport Tenant Security Program (various companies)
ATSPAutomated Temperature Selection Procedure (rivers; California)
ATSPADTRAN Technical Support Professional
ATSPAssociazione Treni Storici Puglia (Association of Historical Trains in Puglia; Taranto, Italy)
ATSPAsked to See Patient
ATSPAcademic Technology Support Personnel
ATSPAdvanced Tactical Supervisor's Panel
ATSPAgreed To Strategy & Plan (insurance providers and litigators)
ATSPAssociation pour la Promotion des Soins Palliatifs (French: Association for Promotion of Palliative Care)
ATSPApplications Telecommunications Service Provider (IPX)
ATSPAll Things Steve Perry (fan forum)
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The three species in which we were able to determine a species' specific relationship (American tree sparrow, the white-crowned sparrow and the western meadowlark) have exhibited distribution-wide population declines since 1959 based on Christmas Bird Count surveys (declines of 2.1%/year, 1.5%/year and 1.4%/year, respectively; Sauer et al.
The western meadowlark was the only other species (beyond the American tree sparrow and white-crowned sparrow) in which we were able to measure a species' specific response to surface water (Fig.
Fidelity of an American tree sparrow to a wintering area.--J.
of detections All birds 210 American goldfinch Carduelis tristis 6 American robin Turdus migratorius 1 American tree sparrow Spizella arborea 30 Bewick's wren Thryomanes bewickii 2 Dark-eyed junco Junco hyemalis 1 Eastern meadowlark Sturnella magna 5 European starling Sturnus vulgaris 1 Field sparrow Spizella pusilla 6 Harris's sparrow Zonotrichia querula 4 Horned lark Eremophila alpestris 11 Lapland longspur Calcarius lapponicus 1 Loggerhead shrike Lanius ludovicianus 5 McCown's longspur Calcarius mccownii 1 Northern cardinal Cardinalis cardinalis 2 Rufous-crowned sparrow Aimophila ruficeps 5 Red-winged blackbird Agelaius phoeniceus 9 Song sparrow Melospiza melodia 6 Spotted towhee Pipilo maculatus 1 Unknown spp.
American tree sparrows undoubtedly fed in cropfields, but sparse vegetative cover there would have limited cropfield use as roosting habitat.
They feed in open habitats (but less so than American tree sparrows; Helms and Drury, 1960) and require nearby escape and thermal cover (usually woody vegetation; Lima et al., 1987; Webb and Rogers, 1988).
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