Dark-eyed Junco(Junco hyemalis)

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    1. Robinsegg 68 months ago | reply

      Sifting through the snow and leaf debris in the yard. In our area, this species is a vertical migrant. We only get these birds during winter at our elevation of 4400ft. In summer we have to travel to the mountains(6,000ft-10,000ft) to catch a glimpse.

    2. ♥ BeWoLf13 ♥ EriCaMAxiNE **ON AND OFF 68 months ago | reply

      Love Juncos, we had them in the Catskills. I remember them being more of a gray color on the bottom. You get so many nice closeups.. beautiful!

    3. Cornell Lab of Ornithology 61 months ago | reply

      This photo appears on All About Birds, a free online bird guide from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Thank you for Birdsharing, and for helping people learn about birds.

    4. Cerbutar 27 months ago | reply

      Can the Oregon Dark-Eyed Junco be seen in Bakersfield, California?

    5. Cerbutar 27 months ago | reply

      plus.google.com/u/0/photos/102602683161577616930/albums/5...

      Are the above birds the Oregon Dark-Eyed Junco hyemalis?

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