Autumn Sparrows

Autumn brings an influx of sparrows to the Willamette Valley. Like many groups of birds, the sparrows aren’t that hard to identify, they are just hard to get a good look at.


White-crowned Sparrow, hiding behind a twig


Golden-crowned Sparrow, also hiding behind a twig


Fox Sparrow, being unusually cooperative

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Posted on November 1, 2010, in seasonal movements and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I was pleased to see a White-throated at Ridgefield yesterday. I have yet to see a Fox this fall…

  2. So this is what a regularly updated blog looks like!
    Did you use Photoshop to remove the branches from around that Fox Sparrow?

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