Interesting!

June 18, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

Spring is always a time of new life in our yard with parent birds bringing their fledglings to our feeders for a meal.  So far this year I’ve seen black-capped chickadees, red-breasted nuthatches, downy woodpeckers and hairy woodpeckers with their babies in our yard. Last week I saw what I thought was a large poofy oregon junco chick at the feeder with its parent. Well I saw them again today and came to the realization I was totally wrong with my initial assessment. What I though was a junco parent feeding its chick turns out to be something I've never seen before, something much more interesting…

 

…with that being said, once we hit 250 “Likes” on my Facebook page I’ll reveal what it was that I was actually observing in the yard. In addition to that, I’ll also do a print give-away in celebration of making it a quarter of the way to 1000 “likes”. I have a few 8x12 snowy owl prints done on the metallic paper I love so much, that the winner will get to pick and choose from.


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