The (presumably male) Dark-eyed Junco appeared to display to a female.
In the middle of a snowfield, this Dark-eyed Junco finds the bit of suet I dropped.
Sometimes I grin when I see the juncos scratching, hopping around. They look like wind-up toys.
I have seen eleven Dark-eyed Juncos in the backyard today. Here is evidence of their presence.
The Dark-eyed Junco blends in to the scenery very well, which is its camoflague (sp?). We have a flock of about six which visits several times daily. They are ground feeders, gleaning what they can. I get amused watching them hop like little mechanical wind-up birds.