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Dark-eyed Junco 1

F/11.0, 1/500, ISO 320.

Dark-eyed Junco 

How long do chickens work?

Around the cluck!

Interesting Fact: The Dark-eyed Junco is one of the most common birds in North America and can be found across the continent, from Alaska to Mexico, from California to New York. A recent estimate set the junco’s total population at approximately 630 million individuals.  ( https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Dark-eyed_Junco/lifehistory )

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24 Comments

  1. Ha! I was just looking at a few of them earlier picking seeds off the ground under my feeder. Little ground scratchers! I nick named them Junkies. Nice picture!

    • Haha that’s great I enjoy that “Junkies” hahaha. Thank you very much for stopping by and share your thoughts with us. 🙂 Happy Blogging!

  2. I love the picture! Junco’s are so cute and stubby. The pun was good too. Lol.

    • Thank you very much, I am very pleased to see that you enjoy my work. You are right they are super cute. Happy Blogging! 🙂

  3. Beautiful picture..! The small bird is very cute..! Great shot..!

    • Hahaha. It’s just a rock but it does look like something if you use your imagination. Thank you very much for stopping by and sharing with us. Happy Blogging! 🙂

  4. What a great picture, I am jealous. 🙂 There are a lot of these little beauties at my feeders this year and I have tried and tried to get good shots of them, but they don’t stay still long enough. You sure did good capturing a good shot. Aren’t they the cutest little birds? I love to watch them skitter along looking for seed on the ground…if they would just be still a few seconds so I could get a good picture. Thanks, for sharing this picture…love it. Hugs

    • Thank you very much, they are super adorable. It took me just about 15min of standing still with out any movements to get this shot. They are super quick and they get spooked really easily. Thank you again for enjoying my work. Happy Blogging! 🙂

  5. Love the Juncos – this is a lovely photograph of them (they’re hard to photograph against the snow!)
    Also just want to say although I’m relatively new to your blog I’m loving how you combine the photographs with a joke 🙂

    • Thank you very much, it means a lot to me to see your warm feedback. Juncos are truly wonderful i enjoy photography and observing them. I appreciate you stopping by and checking out my work. Happy Blogging! 🙂

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