Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Chipping Sparrow, May 31, 2017

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Shiloh, Tennessee, USA, May 16, 2017
Chipping Sparrows, Spizella passerina, can be found across most of North America. Many of them are migratory, traveling north to Canada in the Summer and then south again to the United States in the Winter. Chipping Sparrows in the southern United States are all-year residents. They eat seeds, insects, and small fruit.

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17 comments:

  1. ...what a wonderful shot.

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  2. Well he looks like one in my garden, cute little fellow

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  3. Hello, love the Chipping Sparrows. They are sweet! Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!

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  4. Your Chipping Sparrows are very attractive. Very chippy!

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  5. Niceimage! Oddly, I have not seen many Chipping Sparrows this spring so far in Illinois.

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  6. I love your photo. So crisp.

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  7. I've been seeing them here for the last few weeks! Good pic!

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  8. A great picture of a sweet bird.

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  9. We get them nesting quite close to the house.

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  10. Yes, we see them in the spring, summer, and fall. They're cute, and they have a sweet song, too.

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  11. They're pretty! I don't see them much here, but when I do I like seeing them with their crown of rusty brown!! Thanks for sharing this weekend, at I'd Rather B Birdin'. Your participation is always so much appreciated!!

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  12. Beautiful capture of this most attractive sparrow.:)

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  13. So sweet! Much better than my shots! :-)

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