Dark-eyed Junco

Dark eyed Junco
Palomar State Park in Southern California

Dark eyed Junco

Dark eyed Junco

Fun Trivia:

  • Dark-eyed Juncos are often called “Snowbirds,” possibly due to the fact that they are more likely to visit feeding stations during snowy periods
  • Longevity of a Dark-eyed  Junco is 10 years



Random things about our birdwatching day:

  1. We saw more birds in August than March at Palomar State Park.
  2. We jumped rocks to get across the creeks on the hike.
  3. It was a good day.

 Happy Birding!

Link Up:  Wild Bird Wednesday, The Bird D’Pot, Our World Tuesday, Saturday Critters, Camera Critters

More about our Palomar State Park experience


20 thoughts on “Dark-eyed Junco

  1. Janet, your Junco is pretty! A little more colorful than our Junco seen here. Great shots! Thank you for sharing your post on Saturday’s Critters. Have a happy weekend!


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