Birding Notes

Reflections on birds and other wildlife on the edge of a southern woodland

Monday, March 02, 2009

Snow Day

Yesterday afternoon and evening snow fell for several hours, filling the air with a slow, white drifting-down of snowflakes that piled up several inches on pines, on bare limbs, on every surface. Today – a rare winter wonderland here, with blue sky, bright sun and frosty snow – Pine Siskins kept the feeders busy all day. In the branches nearby, several were always sitting, one by one, waiting a turn.

Photos by Clate Sanders


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