More Birds in Snow

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Fully shaded snow is still around; but for the most part, it has all melted.Β  Here’s more of my backyard birds that gave me some beautiful snow opportunities!

Three species total, starting with Dark-eyed Juncos….

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Dark-eyed Junco

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Dark-eyed Junco

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Dark-eyed Junco

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Dark-eyed Junco

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Followed by the Tufted Titmouse….

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Tufted Titmouse

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Tufted Titmouse pair

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Tufted Titmouse

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Tufted Titmouse

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And the third which is always a favorite among many, the Northern Cardinal.

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Northern Cardinal (male)

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Northern Cardinal (male)

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Northern Cardinal (female)

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Northern Cardinal (female)

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Northern Cardinal (male)

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Northern Cardinal (male)

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I’ve been out to new areas birding the past two days with some exciting sights, posts forthcoming!

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41 thoughts on “More Birds in Snow

  1. The snow is a lovely addition to all of these beautiful photos. I’m jealous of you that you get tufted titmouses – or titmice. Actually I just looked up what the correct plural of titmouse was, and in each link they gave both words.

  2. Cardinals are always favorites. We call them β€œAngry Bird”, they are very sensitive, small movement and they will fly away. They come in our balcony too frequently. Loved the shots ❀️

    • Thank you! I had to laugh at the “Angry Bird” naming for Cardinals! 😁 They are super flighty; and I love when they think they are hidden, and we can still see their blazing red coloring.

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