Here are a couple photos from the latest snow storm this week in northern Arizona.
Here are a couple sub-species of Dark-Eyed Juncos, perching and facing the sun in my yard. All Dark-Eyed Juncos are known to be ground feeders, eating millet or thistle under bird feeders or on a platform feeder. We have many in our yard that use our reach up feeder, as well as foraging… Read More PERCHING
Dark-Eyed Juncos are sparrows that have a large geographic range in North America. Dark-Eyed Juncos have many sub-species, as they do interbreed. They all have a pink bill and white outer tail feathers. The Oregon Junco is distinguished by its black head and pink sides on the male. The females head is dark gray. They… Read More OREGON JUNCO
What is the Migratory Bird Treaty Act? The Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 is a United States federal law, enacted in 1916 and implemented in 1918, for the protection of migratory birds between the United States and Canada. The original statute began in the 1916 convention between the U.S. and Canada. This act makes… Read More MIGRATORY BIRD TREATY ACT