Yes, Sparrows can be a handful, but when they come out in the open and give you good view that handful becomes a fistful.
We welcome back a Chipping Sparrow as they sit quietly as we pass by one a early morning walk. While this morning they were silent we typically are greeted by their song this time of year.
A beautiful Lark Sparrow forages for the tiniest of sprouts springing forth from between this rocky soil.
Ushered by their beautiful wren-like song we were luck enough to observe this Lincoln’s Sparrow enjoying the first rays of early morning light.
While out in the grasslands a Vesper Sparrow sang it’s lovely song.
3 thoughts on “A handfull”
Beautiful pictures and excellent job at identifying the little brown jobs!
So many different kinds you have there – what a treat!
Such a variety of the little guys. Glad to see them all.