Local Birds

A cloacal-eye view, so to speak, of Tufted Titmouse.
What’s with the tail? There’s some suggestion on the innernets that this results from cramped overnight roosting conditions, where several birds will pile up in a hole in a tree to huddle for warmth.
The brighter White-throated Sparrows (see below) usually get all the attention.
Same Song? Looks like it.
Most subtle of birds…
Would blend better with the snow if our snow wasn’t so nasty a week later.

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