Everything from the modest sparrow to the extravagant scarlet macaw came to perch and settle around her.
An injured sparrow or a bird dressed for a dining table distresses her as much as war among nations and nuclear experiments do.
It was a light gray and it had a large black beak, more like a hawk's than a sparrow 's.
With a beat of her tiny brown wings, the sparrow was on her way.
I saw one bird, a tiny sparrow darting through the gnarled pine limbs.
Some landscapes these days have been reduced to nothing but dandelions and fire ants, knapweed and thistle, where the only remaining wildlife are sparrows , squirrels, and starlings.
Stop sparrows and finches from shredding crocus blossoms by placing foil pinwheels - the kind sold for children's Easter baskets - every few feet among the flowers.
All wild birds (except pigeons, English sparrows and starlings) are protected by federal and state laws, so it's illegal to trap, kill or poison them.
One sparrow box can house up to 36 baby sparrows in a year.
The branches serve as a handy perch for the sparrows and mourning doves that frequent my city bird feeder.