Bird Photograph of the Week – 11/5/21

You Had Me at Fox Sparrow

This week’s Bird Photograph of the Week is a two-fer for me.  First off, I love Fox Sparrows.  These brightly colored birds are large sparrows that are frequently seen in the fall, occasionally in small groups.  Some of them stay through the winter but most continue their migration south.

Every Fox Sparrow I’ve seen has been either scratching the ground beneath dense brush in search of food or in a low bush looking for its next spot to feed.  Emil Baumbach captured this Award Worthy shot at a little puddle at Montrose Beach and captured a reflection, too!  Nice one!


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