Sparrow Highrise

I wasn’t fond of cypress trees – oddly shaped and just strange.  We called them cemetery trees because they are often planted there.  But I have noticed how the birds love them.  It’s a high-rise condo for them – dense, entwined branches must feel very secure to them.  Here’s my neighborhood’s house sparrow tree.

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8 Responses to Sparrow Highrise

  1. 1nmbirder says:

    Love this! And it’s so true!

  2. amusingword says:

    They’re not cedar of Lebanon trees? WE had some in our front yard but cut them all down.

  3. ambfoxx says:

    Great picture. I like the image of the high-rise. They look like apartment dwellers peering out from balconies.

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