Monday, April 3, 2017
Swamp Sparrows are actually named aptly, as they like to live near swamps. They bop about cattails and the edge of the water looking for beetles, caterpillars, spiders, leafhoppers and flies. Their feather coloration helps them blend in and hide from daytime predators such as hawks, herons and snakes.
While swamp sparrows can be found year-round in small numbers in southern Michigan, they migrate up from the southeastern United States in April to nest further north.
White-throated Sparrow fun facts http://white-throated-sparrow-fun-facts.html
Sparrows Native to mid-Michigan http://bit.ly/oy9XGz
Which one of these birds is not like the others? http://bit.ly/qM1LQt
What birds winter in Michigan? http://bit.ly/rqQgU2