In a Thornless Crown of Thorns
A white building across the street from my porch serves as the background.
Late afternoon sun provides the lighting and makes the red flowers stand out.
When it's steamy hot outdoors, I can sit in my kitchen and wait for these birds to show up.
The camera is mounted on a tripod and I do some rapid firing to capture the images.
The Cornell Lab, All About Birds, can tell you more about these sparrows.
The bright red flowers are natives of Madagascar where they're sort of endangered.
That's because of losing the natural habitat, tropical jungles. They grow well here.
Learn more about Thornless Crown of Thorn plants at World of Succulents.
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