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Cute Sparrow And Spring Poll

We were finally able to enjoy the start of the spring during the last week and I took the chance to take a few photos. Here’s a picture of a sparrow in an apricot tree I took a few days ago.

Is it spring now in your part of the world? What does spring mean to you?

  • Is it spring in your part of the world now?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you do spring gardening?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you do spring cleaning?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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  1. Amazing photo with sparrow! Great work!
    We have strange weather now – few days it’s sunny and looks like spring really came, but then come several days with snow…
    I already saw some migratory birds returned to our parks – starlings, chaffinches, siskins. So, for birds it’s spring! 🙂

      • We also feed birds in winter, but not every bird comes to feeder. And still you can see them around. Some just prefer to find food on the ground (like Chaffinches). But Nuthatches – just as you say – were coming to feeder in winter and now hide somewhere in the forest 🙂

        • That’s true. We mostly have tits, sparrows, green finches and chaffinches, but other birds come ocasionally too. Chaffinches seem to prefer eating from the ground indeed, but tits take care of dropping enough seeds for them.

          • Greenfinches don’t come to our feeder, though, I saw one in winter nearby. Now I see them more often and hear their songs! 🙂
            Yes, I think tits help to attract other birds closer to our window too 🙂 Like Bramblings, I recently saw these beauties – for the first time in my life :O

  2. Here in Florida, it is rather hard to tell the signs of spring. The palm trees all look the same all the time but the breezes are different and there are subtle changes so I know spring is blowing in. Love the photo.

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