Birding the Black Walnut Bottom

Princess Gail Birdtale and I had a great morning of birding at Black Walnut Bottom yesterday. Even this late in the year we saw 14 species. Our favorite moments were at a small tangle of trees and brush that still had a few berries on them. They were swarmed with Cedar Waxwings and White-throated Sparrows. We were treated to a symphony of song from the White-throated sparrows.


12 thoughts on “Birding the Black Walnut Bottom”

  1. We have tons of sparrows here and we feed them. They sing to us almost every single day.

    Glad you had a great time. Big hug to you and Princess Gail. 🙂

    1. Yes, even the lowly Sparrows are beautiful and many of them sing beautifully, if one but stops to look and listen! Glad you enjoy them like we do! 🙂

    1. That’s an advantage of living up north. White-throated Sparrows summer in Canada and winter in the southern US. You are in between and probably get them for much of the year. Lucky you! 🙂

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