Saturday, March 16, 2019

Another Snowy Lunch

This pic was taken a couple of weeks ago during one of our mini blizzards that were so common this winter. The Dark-Eyed Junco and the House Sparrow had managed to push some snow away and get at some seeds to help them keep warm! 
Taking part in Saturday's Critters. Click HERE to see more creatures from around the world.

18 comments:

Andy said...

I am so glad the snow is beginning to melt.

Lea said...

God bless everyone who feeds the birds!
Have a great weekend!

Sharon said...

It's nice to see these little critters surviving what winter has to throw at them.
That missing profile photo is so strange. One thing I used to love about technology was that it always worked so logically. In recent years, that hasn't been true. Now things seem to happen and there is no explanation at all.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I am glad the birds found a spot to sit at the feeder. I feel sorry for the wildlife when there is so much snow. Great capture! Thanks for linking up and sharing your post today. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend.

Anne Hagman-Niilola said...

the birds found the seeds;-)) Have a nice evening

Lowcarb team member said...

Lovely to see the birds at the feeder in the snowy weather …
Nice photograph.

All the best Jan

Revrunner said...

Glad it was a couple of weeks ago. Really! It's time for spring.

bill burke said...

They were determined to get to the seeds and they did. Now you can press the melt snow button and make them happy birds. :)

William Kendall said...

They seem to be wondering when spring will turn up.

Catalyst said...

From William Kendall's blog today it appears spring may be making a sneak appearance in the Northland.

Kay said...

You and the birds have had a tough winter. This photo says it all.

s.c said...

Lucky they can find food in these conditions.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh sweet determined wee birds Pat, hopefully spring is well on the way 🌼🌸🌷

Adam Jones said...

The poor Juncos. Hope they get plenty of food in the cold weather.

21 Wits said...

Yep, pretty sure the weather will never stop their hunger!

Jenn Jilks said...

I'm ready for a let up in temperatures, but slowly. There are reports of flooding nearer you than me.
(ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

They are hungry! What a great photo!

Karl said...

Wow, lovely pic, Pat !