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Thursday, May 1, 2008

Bird Feeder Visitor: House Sparrow

House Sparrow
Originally uploaded by kc0lex (Matthew)
I am really going to work on getting pictures of all the different types of visitors to the bird feeder. Some are easier to catch on film than others. Here is what I believe a common house sparrow, I saw three of them at the same time but only caught two of them together. If I did my research right these are both males, I have seen one female coming and going.

Under the Mercy,
Matthew S

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