Mimus polyglottos

And who hasn’t felt the side-eye of a Northern Mockingbird greedily claiming all the little pears of winter?

Different day, same patch. A different tree this time: those red linden branchlets! Same bird? In this case, it was much colder so there some puffed-up feather action here. Great insulation, feathers. I wore down myself yesterday.

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