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Monday, January 6, 2014

Cold little bird

This is just one of many juncos that visit the feeding area. Only a few actually go to the feeders....most stay on the ground under the feeders so I always throw extra seed on the ground for them.

12 comments:

Elaine said...

Nice photos of the birds in the snow! When it gets cold they really have to pack in the seeds to keep warm, so they're lucky to have found your place.

TexWisGirl said...

such adorable birds.

Judy said...

Beautiful shot Rose. The juncos mostly eat on the ground here too, tho some go to the feeders.

Sandra said...

so cute and he looks happy in the snow

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Truly, this is so good an image, it could well be on a Hallmark card!!

don said...

A fine shot of the Junco sitting on a snow covered branch. I have some ground feeders too. Luckily enough falls from the feeder that it takes care of itself.

don said...

A fine shot of the Junco sitting on a snow covered branch. I have some ground feeders too. Luckily enough falls from the feeder that it takes care of itself.

Susan said...

So, so cute. love your images Rose!

Susan said...

So, so cute. love your images Rose!

Amy Burzese said...

I never see them on the feeders either. I love your header!

thirtysevenandcounting said...

I like Juncos - a sweet little bird.

I toss feed on the ground for the doves. Yesterday there was even a CROW feeding on what I put on the ground. Couldn't get his photo quick enough, though. Today a Blue Jay is joining in the "feast."

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Cute little junco. I saw lots of them last year but haven't seen any this year.
Cute little chickadee in the previous post too.

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