it snowed…again.

The bird feeding station prior to snow removal.  Even before I got out to clean things up, cardinals, sparrows, and doves were all jockeying for the one section of the feeder not covered by snow.

Not a typical seed eater, this hungry mockingbird made many trips to the feeder while I was clearing off the deck, several times while I was standing only a couple of feet away.  He was so close I could see the seed travel down his throat as he swallowed.

The city has a history of never plowing our neighborhood.  After the big storm of December, it was weeks before the alley and streets were finally snow-free.

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