BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

WHITE-THROATED SPARROW

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It was nice to see this sparrow on the ground at a relatively close distance. I usually spot them high up in the trees flying from branch to branch. The bird was nicely framed by new vegetation and seemed to be listening for something.

29 thoughts on “WHITE-THROATED SPARROW

  1. Sparrows are so beautiful! Great photo.

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  2. This is a really lovely capture, Belinda. A sweet little bird with a fun song that my grandmother taught me when I was very young.

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  3. I love these little guys. I’ve seen them wintering here in Savannah. Thanks. – Jim

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  4. Beautiful shot Belinda! I’ve never seen one of these.

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  5. That little chub looks like he’s been eating a lot of seeds!

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  6. Once again I am reminded of a bird we don’t see in the Lowcountry.

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  7. Such a sweet little bird, lovely colours! ❤️😌

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  8. Nice sharp capture of this cute little fellow, Belinda! It’s fun to get a clear shot of the small birds, and holding still for a half a second.

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  9. The colors are so vibrant on males in the spring. In Central Park White-throats are ground feeders in winter and toss leaves around and shuffle their feet to dig.

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  10. Thank you for bird ID!!

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  11. That is such a lovely shot, Belinda! I love that bright dash of yellow above the eye.

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  12. Nice photo.They have a beautiful song.

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  13. I love that touch of yellow on its face!

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