Yesterday was bright and sunny in the Centennial Valley and after hearing this White-crowned Sparrow singing I felt like breaking out in song too. But I didn’t because I didn’t want to scare away the birds, peel the bark off of the Aspens or make the Elk in the area think there was an off key bull around.
The background in both these images are a combination of a spruce tree and the blue sky peeking through the branches.
I couldn’t resist posting this image of the same sparrow looking rather perky in between bursts of song. I took a lovely series of this bird so I am certain I will be posting more images of it in the future.
This is the Interior West (Mountain) subspecies of White-Crowned Sparrow which look slightly different than the ones I often photograph in Utah during the winter.
I am keeping this short and tweet. 🙂
Life is good.