But then as I began to be interested in nature I saw something remarkable. It was a flash of yellow in the air in front of me. That yellow turned out to be a bird called an American goldfinch. Ever since that moment birds were never boring for me anymore, not even those brown little sparrows.
And as I looked closer at those sparrows, I discovered something very strange. Sure they were brown, but that was not all. Those little house sparrows were actually very colorful for someone who took the time to actually pay attention. This male house sparrow in my pictures, with his rust colored eye streaks, is a perfect example.
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For anyone who wants some easier tips, just give me a suggestion on what you might want to know about. I'll try to give answers to your suggestions in future posts. And don't worry, the majority of my posts will still be about just nature. I just thought I'd sometimes share some of the interesting blogger tricks I've learned. I'd just spin this stuff off into another blog, but I've already got my hands full with three.
Oh yeah! I almost forgot! I found out the real name of the place I've been calling Berry Lake Park. That's the right name for the lake, but the park is called Long Park. That's it in the Location marker below. See ya next time!
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