Juncos are stocking up on some good food at the beginning of a snowstorm yesterday
No Hummingbird in sight - we bring in the feeder at night to keep it from freezing
Even in the snow you can see the leaves sprouting on the Oso Berry bush - they are the very first plants to leaf out in the spring - maybe a bit too early this year, but they are tough - they'll survive a bit of snow.
There were dozens of Juncos flitting about
And just the day before, there appeared a Varied Thrush (relative of the American Robin) on the neighbor's roof. I've rarely seen one in the winter here.