The picture of this Carolina Wren on a fence was photographed at the Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in New Jersey. Carolina Wrens love to move low through tangled understory; they frequent backyard brush piles and areas choked with vines and bushes.
The picture of this Male House Finch on Branch was taken at the Green-wood Cemetery in Brooklyn New York.
The picture of this Brewer’s Sparrow on a log was photographed at the Hutton Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Laramie Wyoming. Brewer’s Sparrows are the most abundant bird across the vast sagebrush steppe, and their long, trilling songs are a signature sound of the landscape.
The picture of this Ferruginous Hawk on Pole was taken at the Hutton Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Laramie Wyoming. Ferruginous Hawks live in the open spaces of the West, in grasslands, prairie, sagebrush steppe, scrubland, and pinyon-juniper woodland edges.
The picture of this Purple Gallinule was photographed at Viera Wetlands in Melbourne Florida. This Purple Gallinule was photographed with the Canon 5D Mark IV and the Canon 100-400 II lens
To hear the song of the Purple Gallinule, click on the arrow below.