A few days ago while photographing some Greater Yellowlegs and Wilson’s Snipes at Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area a couple of Song Sparrows also found their way into my viewfinder. The sparrows were foraging along the shore of the water when this one popped up on a bent over Curly dock plant that partially hung over the water. I enjoyed the pose and the dark blue of the water at the lower right hand corner.
I have been enjoying listening to the sweet calls of the Song Sparrows, I think they are aptly named because their songs are delightful, you can listen to a few of the calls and songs here.
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