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Junco

- Noun

Any bird of the genus Junco, which includes several species of North American finches; -- called also snowbird, or blue snowbird.


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    A junco /ˈdʒʌŋkoʊ/, genus Junco, is a small North American bird. Junco systematics are still confusing after decades of research, with various authors accepting between three and twelve species. Despite having a name that appears to derive from the Spanish term for the plant genus Juncus (rushes), these birds are seldom found among rush plants, as these prefer wet ground, while juncos like dry soil.

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    del Junco is a Spanish surname meaning “from the reeds”. The most notable family with this name is the Rodrigo del Junco family which originally came from Asturias, Spain. In the 16th century they immigrated to St. Augustine, Florida and then in the mid 17th century to Matanzas, Cuba. Their home in Matanzas was the Palacio de Junco and is now a museum. They also owned the Palmar de Junco where in 1874, the first game of baseball was played in Cuba. The Matanzas del Junco family have a large crypt in the Necropolis de San Carlos Borromeo.

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    Alejandro Junco de la Vega, born August 28, 1948, in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, is a Mexican journalist. He earned his bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin in 1969.

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    The white-winged junco (Junco hyemalis aikeni) is a subspecies of the dark-eyed junco. It is superficially similar to the slate-colored junco. It was formerly classified as a distinct species.

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