Winter Critters

These are some critters that I snapped during last week. 
First one: dark eyed junco
Second one on top: robin
Third one in the middle: blue jay
Last one on right: robin
Last one on left: starlings
Happy weekend!

Winter Teasel

Dried Teasel
These winter teasels decorated the edges at one of the fields where my son played soccer. They were quite amazing and beautiful as each one was different from the others.

Little Birds

I am not sure what type of bird they are, but they were very little; and gathering on this tree in group one afternoon. I was on my way to pick up my son from school when they swooped in. I took three quick shots, and had to go.

I can see that their bellies had a bit of yellow on the sides, but that was it! It was rainy and gray that day. I think they are finches, but I could be wrong. Anyway, I was just happy seeing any sort of livelihood around here.

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Frosted Tree Top

The sky was clear and blue, but the temperature was very unfriendly! All the tree top in our world had frost on them. It was pretty, and it was cold.

Hiding From the Cold

My winter birds came out once in a while, but they seemed to hide in between the branches. Though there were a bit of sun now and then, the wind chill was -10 to -15 for them to stay around long.

More-Just More

Yes, just more gray days, more snow, more hawk photos in the neighbor tree! The dot you see in the center of the picture above is our regular hawk. He/she came back every other day around our area.

It is so boring and tiring looking at the snow, ice, and gray days! The sunshine sometimes can't be warm enough to melt the mountain of snow we have..Oh well, looking forward, looking forward, and that is all we can do!

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Winter Birds

“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.”
— Henry David Thoreau
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Early Visitors

For the first two days of February, I had a cardinal and a hawk visiting the backyard. It got warm up a little over the weekend during the day, and freeze the slush by evening. We had a sheet of ice running down the driveway.

Nevertheless, happy Monday everyone!

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