This post begins a look at a group of sparrows. The wild Woodland Sunflower is in seed so it's a good time to attract the different varieties of Sparrows, and to attract more, I baited with additional sunflower seeds.When I first started taking photos of the area, it dawned on me how many different sparrows there are in the Vermilon River area. I decided to try to attract as many as possible, and get their photos. The Woodland Sunflower helped with its late flowering and seeding, much later than Elecampine (see earlier posting Wild Flowers of The Vermilon). The Woodland Sunflower is smaller and "stalkier"growing to at least three feet in height.