A Pacific Northwest Song Sparrow (Melospiza melodia) singing from atop a brush pile.
This entry was posted on 2018/02/09 by Robin. It was filed under Aldergrove, Birds, Song Sparrow and was tagged with Aldergrove, Backyard, Bird, Brush pile, Nature, Outdoor, Pacific Northwest Morph, Song Sparrow, Sparrow.
The Song Sparrow can sing almost none stop.They may be plain colored but make up for it with their voices.
2018/02/10 at 2:02 am
Ruth, thank you! They sure do! I love listening to them!
2018/02/10 at 11:15 pm
A beautiful songster, well done Robin.
2018/02/10 at 9:17 am
Bob, Thank you!
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