A Song Sparrow hanging out on a dead agave plant.
A Song Sparrow mining the Bark Butter out of my feeder.
Man… now I have that stupid song stuck in my head. 🙂
A Song Sparrow puffs up against the wind on top of a dead agave plant. I love when birds do this… they can turn themselves into little round puffballs and are the most adorable!
Watching birds eat from my new feeder reminds me of people eating at a drive thru. They fly up to the little perch, grab a wad of Bark Butter, and fly off. I’m becoming the neighborhood bird McDonalds.
This little guy is a Song Sparrow. Here is a link showing how to tell the difference between a Lincoln’s Sparrow and a Song Sparrow.
Still winter when I took this photo. It makes it really clear why we have so many tiny brown birds in San Diego. The scrub brush becomes really bare during the winter so you end up with fields of sticks.
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