Easter Hymns

A savannah sparrow sings on an Easter morning from its perch atop a plant in a large meadow at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge in Ridgefield, Washington

One of my favorite rites of spring when we lived in the Northwest was listening to the savannah sparrows sing in the meadows. I met this one on an Easter morning 12 years ago, I had to wait a while to get the picture as it spent most of its time facing the other direction, singing to the other sparrows.

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