Nature photography by Tracy Zubrod with information & observations. Established in 2015.
A SPARROW IN ARIZONA
The White-Crowned Sparrow is a fairly common bird throughout North America. They have a long-tail and a distinct white crown with black stripes. The immature have brown crown stripes. Here is one I saw at Sedona Wetlands in early winter.
2 thoughts on “A SPARROW IN ARIZONA”
I love all the different kinds of sparrow that are out there, each with their own niche! Darwin could have studied them instead of finches.
LikeLiked by 1 person