It seemed even colder than the 22 that the thermometer showed this afternoon, at least under cloudy skies at Spenard Crossing.
Other than the Mallards huddled together on and near the open water, the American Robins were the most numerous birds around. There were a few Black-billed Magpies, as well as Black-capped Chickadees, Common Ravens and two Bald Eagles flying around with the ravens. It seemed pretty birdy for a cold afternoon.
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