Feeding on Ornamental Millet at The Montreal Botanical Garden
Female Sparrow feeding on Ornamental Millet at The Montreal Botanical Garden - Photo by Steve Troletti
As July comes to an end there’s an Annual Feast at the Montreal Botanical Garden. The Millet has sprung into seeds and Sparrows gather in large numbers to feast on this once a year delicacy. If you want to observe and admire this little ritual it’s not too late. The Millet can be found as you enter the outdoor gardens, near the restaurant, by the Pie-IX entrance, immediately on your left behind the restaurant
Female Sparrow - Beak Full of Ornamental Millet Seeds - Photo by Steve Troletti
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