|Copyright: Trevor McLeod (rapidshot)
|Date Taken: 2007-09-28|
|Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC-H5|
|Exposure: f/4, 1/160 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2013-01-25 14:15|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Here's an old shot from the end of September 2007. I had to crop it, but I left enough rock so everyone could see how well it blends in with it.|
A flash of white tail feathers serves as an alarm to other members of the flock.
The Dark-eyed Junco was the most common feeder bird in North America during the 1996-1997 Project FeederWatch season.
They mainly eat insects and seeds. However, they will sometimes eat their own droppings.
A group of sparrows has many collective nouns, including a "crew", "flutter", "meinie", "quarrel", and "ubiquity" of sparrows.
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Good photo of this bird that almost always
stay at ground or ground level, fine POV,
beautiful eye-contact with you, TFS
- [2013-01-25 23:38]
interesting species. small bird with good colors. nicely photographed with environment. tfs.