6 thoughts on “A Bird Foldbook – Song Sparrow and White-crowned Sparrow

  1. Just a few minutes ago I thought – Oboy, it’s Thursday. More birds! Sparrows sometimes seem so common that I just ignore them. My mother had an ongoing battle with the English sparrows who routed the bluebirds from their little box houses, pulling the nests and eggs out of the hole and then building their own. Kind of a aviary immigration rights issue with my mom on the side of the locals.

  2. Katy, I’m so enjoying your bird foldbook highlighting those elusive creatures that enrichen our lives with beauty and song. Capturing still moments from birds’ constant movement settles our minds, watching them fly uplifts our spirits, and listening to their mellifluous
    songs gladdens our hearts. Thank for the reminder through your lovely drawings and captivating words.

  3. As an adamant bird-watcher and bird-song fan, I love the way you’ve captured the essence of these endearing birds in your sketches. Our White-crowned Sparrows are quite shy and nest in the sub-alpine at 10,000 feet, not at sea level. But they are loud and easy to see when singing from the top of a shrub.

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