A photojournal of wildlife, wild flowers and forest life in a small section of Northern Ontario, Canada.
I am not even going to guess the ID of these sweet birds. Sparrows can be tough.:)
It is good to have friends, even if they only weigh an ounce or so! I'll bet it's cold up there on the Vermilon because it sure is cold on the Pine!
To Springman: Good hearing from you. Its cold we're having a dry blizzard-lots of cold wind not much snow.
To Jen: Thanks for the visit. How're the dogs getting along.
My guess: American Tree Sparrow - bicolored bill and spot on chest seen in middle picture.
Hi Hilke: You beat me to guessing. But I'm sure you're right. Did you check out Chris' Tales of Birding. He's doing a sparrow quiz which I know you'll win. Thanks for coming by Boom & Gary.
I second the ID of American Tree Sparrows. We only get these guys in the winter down here in KY. Nice shots!
Hi LBB: Thanks for the visit. These photos are left overs from an attempt to determine, not in any scientific way, the number of variations we have in this forest of mine. Boom & Gary.