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We moved to an apartment....i miss filling up the bird feeder....seeing the sparrows and squirrels fighting for a corner...and the juncos are reaping the benefits on the snowy white ground. Love these little birds. Dark-eyed Junco — Birds of North America Online

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Sparrow Stamp of the logo; sell stamped images on paper or canvas to be framed or used as a patch...

winter snow birds = hipcheck + snow plow aka puddlejumpers in spring and summer. Finchy tails and pushy pals they hover over seedpiles and chase each other away from them. Flocks of 5-12 pass thru our yard. The goth Kids call them jitterbug birds.

Have you seen any Dark-Eyed Juncos this winter? They're common in most parts of the country in winter - try scattering cracked corn on the ground to draw them in. Learn more from Birds & Blooms.

Dark-Eyed JUNCO. Only ever see these cuties in the winter. So adorable. Looks like they're wearing little tuxedos. Almost makes you glad to see the snow :-)

The Dark-eyed Junco (Junco hyemalis) is the best-known species of the juncos, a genus of small grayish American sparrows. This bird is common across much of temperate North America and in summer ranges far into the Arctic. It is a very variable species, much like the related Fox Sparrow (Passerella iliaca), and its systematics is still not completely untangled.

Northern Junco || Canon350d/EF100-400F4-5.6L@365 | 1/1250s | f6.3 | IS800 | handheld p.s. I want a junco for my very own... so sweet!