A couple of weeks ago, I did a collection type of post, featuring some of my shots of Blue Jays and Bluebirds. Last week, I decided to try to start a series of posts that show all the different kinds of feathered visitors to our yard. I quickly discovered it was going to be a much bigger project than I first thought, given how many bazillions of photos I’ve taken, and how few of them are properly labeled… 😜
Now I’m going to try grouping these in various ways, like summer birds versus winter birds, types of birds (sparrows, hawks), and coloring. Today I’m sharing some of the varieties of sparrows that dropped by my old Avian Eatery (I haven’t been able to maintain feeders this winter, for a myriad of reasons). Oh, and these IDs were made thanks to the help of Cornell Lab of Ornithology and a local FB bird watching community.
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Taken with my old Olympus Digital camera
Taken with my not-so-new-anymore Nikon Digital camera
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