Whatever Weds. Snowbird

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The Sparrows have arrived for winter! I’ve topped up all my feeders so they’ll have plenty to eat, but they seem to love the new block of seed and millworms I added.

Here’s I believe a Female White-crowned Sparrow waiting for her turn at the feeder.

White-crowned Sparrow Female

I hope you’re all having a great week!

Nikon D810| Nikkor 300mm f/4| Lexar Digital Film| PS CC 21.0.1

more to come…



36 thoughts on “Whatever Weds. Snowbird

  1. I think we have these here and they love to hang out in the bushes right outside our dining room window. I put some bread crumbs out for them today and they’re taking full advantage of the free food. 🙂 We had just a dusting of snow this morning, enough for me to feel happy, although I’d love an inch or two.


    1. I think they can be found all over North America at different times of the year. Your area shows them being there while migrating from one area to another.

      All this snow melted! Only the Carson Range/Eastern Sierras still have snow. There’s only a small patch left in our front yard. I hear that’s normal for this valley. Like you I’m waiting for the next dusting or dump. 😀

    1. It felt like winter for a week, but this snow is all gone now. It rained and melted it all or almost all of it down here in the valley and the lower Pinenut Mountains.

      She was sweet and curious, but her waiting spot was perfect. Thank you so much, Dan!

          1. We have a Maddie mound, but she’s not interested. She migrated to her cot last year. We still occasionally play in the snow, but she doesn’t run up on the mound. I think her favorite outdoor “activity” has become sitting on “her” porch and watching the world go by.

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