The Zapata sparrow is a medium-sized grey and yellow bird that lives in the grasslands of the Zapata Swamp and elsewhere on the island of Cuba. Measuring about 16.5 centimetres in length, it is grey and yellow overall with a dark reddish-brown crown and olive-grey upperparts.
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NoNot a migrant
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