The Song Sparrow is one of the most common and most familiar North American sparrows. If you see a brown streaky bird fly by there’s a good chance it’s a Song Sparrow. In general, a Song Sparrow’s feathers are a rich brown and gray with a streaky brown and white chest, but this can vary among the more than 50 forms of Song Sparrows described by scientists. I’ve … Continue reading
I have quite a few photographs of American Robins, and that’s surprising. I seldom photograph American Robins. Heck, there are times when it seems like I intentionally avoid photographing robins because they are too easy to photograph. That statement may sound like a contradiction, but it’s fact. Robins are very common most of the year in my area so finding one … Continue reading
A road travels through the forest in Blendon Woods Metro Park, Westerville, Ohio.