An irruptive “winter finch” from the far northern boreal forests that some winters comes our way in the cold season. Lovely little birds.
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One of “our” pair of Carolina Wrens came close enough for a decent portrait during a snow flurry
(*Check the journal for this week to know more and see some additional photographs)
Some rather unwelcome freezing rain coated the world in sparkles and slipperiness
For a host of reasons there are not so many photographs to share this week so here’s a seasonally appropriate Scottish Robin we met a couple of years ago at the foot of Glencoe – by the time next week’s photographs are with you we will have passed the Winter Solstice and be on the run down to spring.