A ShutterBug Explores ~ Saturday Critters


'A Buddha is someone who finds freedom in good fortune and bad.'
~ Bodhidharma







Little bird not bothered by the snowstorm
on Cape Ann MA.





Snow on Cape Ann MA ~ birds love the feeder

 



We are sharing with: 




  • Saturday Critters




    Prayers for the people of the Ukraine



    Ziggy ~ my assistant 




    • Carol and her assistant

Comments

  1. Cute captures of the Junco! They are pretty winter visitors. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a happy weekend.

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  2. It's amazing how they stay warm in that weather.

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  3. Juncos are such sweet birds and always come around when it snows (they did in NC). Happy weekend!

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  4. Keep warm and enjoy your meal sweet birdie.

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  5. Hello Carol :=) Oh my, you have had a large snow fall. The little bird is so sweet. I'm glad it found your feeder.
    Have a happy weekend
    All the best

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  6. We have juncos here in Oklahoma as well. Great captures.

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  7. With food and a warm nest, they are content. It's a good lesson for me.

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  8. Lovely captures, the second one is my favorite.

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  9. Cute little bird! We used to have lots of snow here in Michigan, and it didn't bother the birds who were adapted to winter here. We still have a couple of months when we might see snow this year, but not so far.

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  10. Awww such a sweet bird :)

    All the best Jan

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  11. I do so enjoy feeding back yard birds and angel Madi did so enjoy watching them...from the inside in her climate control casa.
    Hugs Cecilia

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  12. So nice to be able to see birds at the feeders, especially at the colder times of year.

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