Birds in the nearby forest

Robin Rowland 

I usually take a morning walk through a forest park near my house. We had the first major frost this morning, and so the resident birds, steller’s jays, American robins and juncos were very active.

A steller jay in an old tree. (Robin Rowland)
A steller jay  explores through the cover of grass. (Robin Rowland)
A steller jay peeks through the cover of grass. (Robin Rowland)
An American robin in a forest mountain ash tree. (Robin Rowland)
An American robin in a forest mountain ash tree. (Robin Rowland)
An Oregon junco hides in the underbrush. (Robin Rowland)

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