Thursday, April 20, 2017

GF: Chipping Sparrow, April 20, 2017

Shiloh, Tennessee, USA, April 11, 2017
Chipping Sparrow on a Split-Rail Fence
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Chipping Sparrows, Spizella passerine, can be found all across the United States and in many parts of Canada. They sometimes winter as far south as Mexico.

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  1. ...even the common can look beautiful.

  2. We have many of them here, i will have to look and see if they ever pose on my fence.

  3. Love the fence and the sweet bird on it ~ great shot ~ thanks,

    Wishing you a Happy Week ~ ^_^

  4. Ive been seeing them here for the last couple of weeks. They are sweet!

  5. My Mom always said, "Good fences, make good neighbors."


  6. Now that's one that nests at our house.

  7. I love the ordinary little sparrow. They don;t fly off and leave me for half the year like some of my other bird friends. My only trouble with them is they rarely sit still. I like your little fence sitter.

  8. Cute little guy! Nice capture.

  9. Now that is a very pretty photo of fence and sparrow!

  10. Little chippers are so sweet! You got great photos!

  11. lol, the fence is sturdy enough to carry the finch :)

  12. Pretty, pretty, pretty!!! And the composition of these photos is absolutely prime!
    Thanks so much for linking in and sharing this with us birders at I'd Rather B Birdin' this weekend. It's much appreciated.


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