Looking Pretty

White-crowned Sparrow (Zonotrichia leucophrys)

There was nothing special about this young White-crowned Sparrow. It perched in a fennel bush on the north side of the park. It wasn’t feeding; it looked well fed enough. I filmed it just because it looked so pretty. It seemed content within itself. Another bird crash-landed on the branch right next to it, and this bird didn’t seem bothered in any way, didn’t even look at the newcomer beyond a quick glance. When the other bird took off, again shaking the twig, this bird just hung on and ignored the disturbance. I liked that, and am happy to share it with you; may you find inspiration.

More about White-crowned Sparrows: Cornell Audubon Wikipedia In Chavez Park

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