Next came a tree sparrow, with his white wing-bar and brown-red patch on the crown of his head.
Items recorded in winter but not in spring are house mouse, tree sparrow, and grasshopper.
I have not myself seen the tree sparrow in any of the other Islands.
This pale colored bird bears a remote resemblance to the tree sparrow.
Francis H. Allen tells me that this warbler “has a chip note suggesting that of the tree sparrow but sharper.”
The tree sparrow, song sparrow, chipping sparrow, field sparrow and snowbird or junco are all great weed-seed destroyers.
He was busily scratching on the ground; he is called a tree sparrow because never by any chance is he found in a tree.
The tree sparrow, one of our most interesting sparrows, is another bird who does not fear the winter winds and storms.
The tree sparrow is another very local and uncommon species, and especially during the breeding season.
The tree sparrow, which comes to us from Hudson Bay and Labrador, lacks the stripes, but has the centre spot.