Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Snow Birds...

I have mentioned it before but I will say it again. Because I don't have the time to make a post everyday between this blog and my history blog I do scheduled postings. At times I get my fire history site done as much as a month in advance and occasionally this site as many as three weeks in advance. It makes my life easier and then when the post is made it is almost new for me also. These photographs were taken during the December 19TH snow storm. I really don't like snow and with hockey games that weekend and my back going out again I took all my photos from the window.

The birds were very happy that I had the feeders filled before the snow hit. And by the amount that were in my yard I must have had the only feeders in the area. The first bird is a field sparrow and the second is a dark-eyed junco. A few weeks late but they stilled made it onto the site.

1 comment:

Sparky said...

I know what you mean by the only feeders in town. The birds hit my feeders hard durning the winter. Like to see the birds at them, so do the cats. Two cats in the house spend hours watching the feeders. Great pictures.