Snow and rain greeted southern Wisconsin on Saturday morning but it didn't stop the antics of the birds in the yard. The ground was alive with the jittery bobbing of Dark-eyed Juncos who had stopped by to eat during their migration north. Gathering as if to discuss the rudeness of Mother Nature, the American Goldfinches, House Finches and an Eastern Bluebird decorated the tree's bare branches like Easter eggs. Warmer weather this week bring hopes of a quick outing before work to catch a look at some of the migrating birds.
Ben and Kate have returned from two great birding festivals. Kate loved her time in Galveston, Texas at the always popular FeatherFest. Ben took advantage of the prime digiscoping opportunities while working at Florida's Birding and FotoFest in Florida. Be sure to look for his new photos and blog at 600 Birds. Call us to inquire about future shows Eagle Optics will be attending.
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Eagle Optics Staff