Sunday, February 08th, 2009 | Author:

The Redwing that Keith saw are apparently sticking around at least a little bit. Here’s one that was rummaging around in the leaf litter and the snow at the back of the reserve.

This is the first time I’ve seen signs of the more colourful summer plumage on the little grebe. Maybe it’s just growing up, and it represents more of a transition from juvenile to adult, as it’s a long way from summer out there!

Finally, if you ever wondered what a sparrow’s tongue looks like, wonder no more.

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