Today’s Bird On The Flax is the humble Sparrow. 🐦

House sparrows were introduced to NZ first in the mid 1860s. They soon became abundant and were said to be combating plagues of agricultural pests. By the 1880s, however, they were regarded as pests.

Photos through a window.

Sparrow sitting on a flax flower. Sparrow sitting on a flax flower, turned away from the camera. Sparrow sitting on a flax flower, facing the camera.

Miraz Jordan @Miraz

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