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I've been spreading some seed on the ground at the new place, since I don't have my feeders up yet. So far that's attracted up to a dozen Juncos and a chipmunk - but this morning they were joined by a White-Throated Sparrow.

I didn't have my camera, so this is a repost of a shot from 2014.
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Nice shot! I'm on the serious birders' email list, even though I am definitely not a serious birder. They used to see white-throated sparrows in the local park near the condo I moved from now and then. I went there several times, hoping to spot one, but no luck. I love the yellow on their foreheads!


Well named. Glad they are finding you. Thanks, Don.


Good news that birds & critters are beginning to find you. This old photo really shows off the bird's white throat and other markings.


They winter from New England to New Mexico, and along the west coast. They breed from the Great Lakes area north to the Arctic. They are, I think, the most colorful of sparrows.


Where are their most common living area (range)


cool looking little bird.

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