Lark Sparrows are the easiest sparrows to identify that inhabit Antelope Island State Park with their bold facial patterns and white edged tails. Quite often I hear them singing before I see them and that helps to locate these large sparrows.
The Lark Sparrows have been busy on the island rearing their young and feeding them grasshoppers and other insects. I keep hoping to get decent images of the young Lark Sparrows but haven’t found it easy to get them out in the open.
I was happy to photograph this adult Lark Sparrow with prey while I was on the island.
Life is good.