Monday, July 18, 2011

The Birds

The sparrows, true sparrows, or Old World sparrows in the family Passeridae are small passerine birds. As eight or more species nest in or near buildings, and the House Sparrow and Eurasian Tree Sparrow in particular inhabit cities in large numbers, they may be the most familiar of all wild birds. Here, they have to peacefully share the air space with a large band of rogue green parrots that are very vocal. If they have a gang fight, I don't think these little sparrows stand a chance against the bigger parrots. Somehow, they stay away at safe distance on these wires that the parrots never use.


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Shannonlove0 said...

i love this photo!

Jimmy said...

Sigh, birds can be seen so rarely nowadays. Everything is turning cordless.. Nice catch, pretty nostalgic, too! Thank you for letting me keep this memory on my hard drive :)

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