Wednesday, July 5, 2017

White-Throated Sparrow, July 5, 2017

ABC Wednesday and Wild Bird Wednesday
Z is for Zonotrichia albicollis - White-throated Sparrow
Shiloh, Tennessee, USA, March 9, 2017
White-throated Sparrows, Zonotrichia albicollis, are migratory birds seen across much of North America except parts of the western United States. When I saw this one in March in Tennessee it was probably on the way to its breeding grounds in Canada.

Shiloh, Tennessee, USA, March 9, 2017
They eat a wide variety of seeds, fruit, and insects. You will most often see them on the ground, scratching in leaf litter for insects.

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  1. wonderful creature.... did not know its name though, thank you!

    Wishing you a wonderful ABC-day / -week and hopefully till next week when I may welcome you in te new home of ABC-Wednesday on !

    Melody (abcw-team)

  2. may be passing through our area.

  3. Hello, pretty shots of the White-throated Sparrow. I only see them here in the winter. Have a great day and week ahead!

  4. Lovely photography of the Sparrow ~ ^_^

  5. It is always nice to see them here in spring!

  6. We always say its call is "Pure sweet, Canada, Canada, Canada".

  7. Très belle série ;-) Céline & Philippe

  8. I wished we had such sparrows! They are so colourful.


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