Yesterday morning, as local social isolation took effect and church was off, we visited Charro Ranch Park in Dripping Springs and spent some time in the bird blind. There was loads of avian activity but most was around the feeders so I didn’t get very many images of birds in natural-looking habitats. Compared to the blind at Pedernales Falls State Park just down the road, the Charro Ranch blind has fewer side roosting spots within lens distance of the viewing area.
Here’s one bird that I caught on the way to the feeder. It’s an adult field sparrow (Spizella pusilla) which stopped on a stick near the blind before heading over to the buffet.
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