Wordless Wednesday – Allow your photo(s) to tell the story
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8 thoughts on “White-crowned Sparrow #WordlessWednesday #Photography”
The early bird certainly does get the worm! Lovely photo, though I’m not familiar with many bird species.
Good morning Luciana. Thank you so much for popping in and making contact. We are so fortunate to be here in this are with the abundance of birds and as my husband is an avid birder I have started to catch on and just love them. He ‘s still the one that will be able to tell me the names, but the most common once I am starting to recognize.
Hi Nivedita, thanks for dropping in here. Much appreciated
Such a great shot Esme. 💜
Thanks Willow, appreciate your time to pop in. White-crowned Sparrows are numerous and we do still see them quite often here each winter
He/she looks like a chirpy chap, Esme. I bet its birdsong is spectacular.
Hi Hugh. Different subspecies across the country sing clearly different songs, but White-crowned sparrows are all recognizable by the sweet, whistling introduction, a succession of jumbled whistles, and a buzz or trill near the end.