The soft blurry edges make them look like a painitng.
They are looking for gifts from SANTA just in case.
Very, very sweet. Thank you for showing me a bird I will likely never see - and I love the snow too. Here it is hot and crisp and the countryside has gone past golden and is heading (fast) for brown.
We've had flocks of sparrows and juncos all over their awn. I would enjoy them more but I think they are eating my grass seed ;) Stevie @ ruffledfeathersandspilledmilk.com
Their toes must be cold! - Margy
How wonderful to be able to view them from your window ...... they look so small and delicate ... almost as if they had been watercolored into that beautiful pristine landscape.
Nice to see the birds from your window, I must say it is mt favourite pastime looking to see what is on my feeders. I dont think it will be long before we get some snow here my siter has just phone to say it is sleeting there and she only lives thirty miles away. Hope you are keeping well XXX Don
Don, don't you just hate sleet? It's right up there with freezing rain in the "annoying weather" category. Hope you all stay safe and warm.
I've always wanted to see Snow Buntings but I'm not keen on the temperatures I'd have to endure to do it!
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