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Saturday, January 13, 2007

More Bluebirds

The bluebirds were just too beautiful in the snow today so I had to take lots of pics. These are more Mountain Bluebirds taken in the southwest side of Canon City. There were also many American Robins, Dark-eyed Juncos and one quite vocal Townsend's Solitaire enjoying the warmth of the afternoon sunshine with the temps up around all of 15 or so degrees!

Some of these bluebirds were eating juniper berries in the trees in these pics. That is what the bird in flight is doing--fluttering to stay in place while it plucks a berry from a branch.


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