Clay-Colored Sparrow (For Silvy and Kyle)

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((Ospr3y)) on October 30, 2009

This is a casual (rare) visitor to this area.

Silvyp on October 30, 2009

Ohh, I am honored Liam , here the sparrow is not casual, we have a lot every where. I am glad you uploaded this sweet bird for me...and Kyle togheter. You are a sweet guy.

Have a very nice weekend, I hope with sunshine.

Até já.


Kyle Wolff on October 31, 2009


Thanks Liam! I feel very honored!

They are rare in Georgia, migrating right?

Até já,


Silvyp on October 31, 2009

We can send all the quantity you need. Let us know :)

((Ospr3y)) on October 31, 2009

Hello, Silvy and Kyle. I am sure you have lots of sparrows, but do you have the Clay-Colored Sparrows?

Yes, Kyle they are migrating from Canada/Northern North America to Mexico and Texas.

Silvyp on October 31, 2009

Yes Liam, like this one, every day I have a lot trying to destroy my orchids. I will take a photo for you. Now I need to put something out because they can come inside, I love birds, but I love my orchids also. Tchau.

Silvyp on October 31, 2009

This one we have in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Curitiba, Minas Gerais.

Silvyp on October 31, 2009

And this we have in all over the Brazil. But have a lot of others types.

((Ospr3y)) on October 31, 2009

Yes. These are called House Sparrows (Passer domesticus) They are found all over the world. They arrived in South American when someone introduced them into New York.

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  • Uploaded on October 30, 2009
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    by ((Ospr3y))
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot SX110 IS
    • Taken on 2009/10/26 08:52:56
    • Exposure: 0.013s (1/80)
    • Focal Length: 60.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: -1.00 EV
    • No flash