Thursday, February 13, 2014

A Busy Day at the Feeders

We got hit with a significant snow storm today. I knew it was coming and made sure my feeders were filled before I went to work yesterday. Today during the storm the birds showed their appreciation. The visitors were mainly Dark-eyed Juncos and Mourning Doves. There were also some House Sparrows, but they always flew off when I came to the window with the camera, so the Doves and the Juncos got to be the stars of today's show. Enjoy!

A snowy, and busy, day at the feeder station
A Dark-eyed Junco at the flat feeder
A Mourning Dove feeding on the ground below the feeders
More Juncos on the flat feeder
© 2014 by A. Roy Hilbinger 


  1. Very nice! I was disappointed all that snow didn't hit us! We were too far north and west.

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