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Beautiful Dark-eyed Junco in our tree.
This is a male from the ‘Oregon’ group of Dark-eyed Juncos. Photo taken at Hume Lake, Sequoia National Forest, CA
Dark-eyed Junco, Franklin County, PA. https://ebird.org/checklist/S81157333
There’s a fair amount of discussion on local boards in Columbus, Ohio, about this Junco that I spotted recently. Some guesses are Pink-sided, Slate-colored, Cassiar, … Read More “Dark-eyed Junco”
January 26, 2021. Blue Ridge Mountains, NC. Juncos are a very common bird here in the high country of North Carolina.
Dark-eyed Junco stands out on white snowy tree in Buffalo, N.Y.
He’s finally enjoying our new deck railing feeder after fending off some greedy Blue Jays. 😉
This Gray-headed Dark-eyed Junco appeared in our yard in a suburb of Chicago on the morning of May 10, 2020. Note the characteristic rufous mantle.
March, 25 2020. Juncos seem to love the cold winters here in the Blue Ridge Mountains, NC. Nikon D500, ISO 2000, 300mm, 1/500, f/11.
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