American Robins and Dark-Eyed Juncos


Today was a wet day, but during breaks between the rain showers, I was fortunate to observe bird activity.

I noticed in the morning a lot of movement high atop the ivy.

A flock of American Robins were feasting on ivy berries.

I've never seen anything like this before, so it was fascinating.

These photos aren't that great because it was misty, but I wanted to share this experience.

And for the very first time ever, I saw a group of five Dark-Eyed Juncos in the front yard, probably eating bugs and worms. This was very exciting for me because I had never seen these birds before.

As soon as they heard a Western Scrub Jay shrieking nearby, the Juncos hopped into a nearby shrub to hide.

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