Monday, February 9, 2015

More Images from My Back Porch during the Snowstorms

Northern Cardinal
Finally, thanks to Dell, my computer is back working.  Between Microsoft and Dell.  It took over four days get the computer back online.  Because of all the snow we've been having, which is still continuing today.  I've missed going out and photographing.  However, again, my feet are on the back porch has kept me entertained.  Like I have written in previous blogs, observing the interactions between the birds is very interesting.  There is definitely a hierarchy among each species.  I've seen juncos feeding when another jungle will just fly in and the juncos that were feeding leave.  The mourning doves are somewhat better, although I have seen a number of fights, where one mourning Dove will even pick feathers out of another morning, dove head.  Although I did not see it.  I believe I had a hawk capture a bird because they were bloodstains on the deck.  This is nature and how the world turns.
Black-capped Chickadee

Blue Jay

Black-capped Chickadee

Eastern Gray Squirrel

Northern Cardinal in the Snow

Mourning Dove

Mourning Dove With Its Wings Raised

Mourning Dove Flying in the Snow



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