After yesterday’s snow, Garden Birds are out in force—and they seem to have set a temporary truce on the pecking order.
Carson Cardinal here even allows a couple of sparrows to intrude on his space. Normally I never see them so close when foraging on the ground.
It’s almost as if the birds are cooperating. Why? Does the snow make it so hard to find food that a bird just doesn’t have energy to enforce his personal boundaries?
What do YOU think? Do the birds seem closer than usual? If so, why?
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