Here are a couple photos of the many White-Crowned Sparrows I saw at Sedona Wetlands in January. This is a great place for walking and looking at birds in northern Arizona.
Wetlands are important water areas which are sometimes created as water storage to prevent flooding in an area. The designated places become home to many birds, bugs, fish, and other wildlife. Here are some birds I saw recently at two area wetlands in northern Arizona. The American Wigeon and Great Blue Heron I spotted at… Read More MORE SPRING BIRDS
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.
Sparrows are a large group of generally small and brown streaked birds. They have short conical beaks. Their diet changes, in summer they will eat insects along with seeds, while in winter, just seeds. The white-crowned sparrow is a fairly common bird throughout North America. A long-tailed sparrow with a distinct white crown with black… Read More WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW