See ya next year!
Wild Bird Wednesday
precious little junco!
Vielleicht bringt er ja den Frühling 😉
Juncos remain in our ‘neck of the woods’ all year……really enjoy them!!
Ours are still here!
There is something precious about the smaller birds that populate our ecosystem.
Saw a couple still hanging around this week. Cute shot.
He does look like he is about to take off! Margie
Beautiful little bird. I hope it has a safe migration trip.
They were still here yesterday but I didn’t see any today.
I wonder if any Juncos that have visited you Pat end up here in Nova Scotia? They are always ere scurrying around on the ground.
I think the winter weather is behind us too! Hooray! Pretty little bird!
Hi. Very cute photo. Wishing you a wonderful week.
Awwwwwwwww, the last of them, huh? It’s beautiful. And your photo, with the backlighting is great.
Love the little junco. I never see them in Florida, only on my quick trips to Atlanta.
I love the junco’s, but we don’t get them at our feeders. Beautiful shot!
And welcome summer grazers!
I only saw one for two days in my yard and not since! This is a wonderful pose and photo of the junco.
Wow! What a wonderful photo of the junco for NN ~ ^_^
Pat, great shot! Ours are still around, but it won’t be long now before they head north
A lovely little fella! We have a few birds staying all year since it’s milder the last few years, although it doesn’t feel warmer 🙂
Maybe he would like to come here where it is still quite wintery! 😦
This is a great shot, Pat!
Very nice bird – I take it their departure is a sign that winter is ending.
Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW- Stewart M – Melbourne
Lucky you. What a lovely shot.
He’s a cutie — we have them in Oregon all year. Why don’t they stay in Ohio? Where do they go?
I should say “had” them, when we lived all year in Oregon. We’ll see them when we go back this summer.
Great picture! We rarely see a Junco here in central Florida during migration. Spring must be close!
I still have some and some redpolls… Michelle
Wonderful junco. Maybe he will spend the summer with us.
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Beautiful. Liked the sharpness of the image.
Adorable little bird!
They have left here also. One day they were here, the next day they were all gone.
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