On February 15, 2016 after the snow stopped falling the WooFDriver observed many birds at his feeders. This one is the White Throated Sparrow who you can find in the winter by the edges of wooded lots, thickets, overgrown fields, backyards and parks. Often in flocks, they stay near the ground to scratch through leaves in search of food. There are two color varieties of this Sparrow the White-Crowned and the Tan-Crowned. The White Crowned are thought to be more aggressive than their Tan-Crowned counterparts.
All About Birds Website to learn more about this bird