Except for Common Redpolls and Steller’s Jays, and in some lights the wings of the Black-billed Magpies, much of the world outside right now is black and white, even in a color photograph. Maybe for this reason the days often seem to run together. The main differences between the days seem to be whether it is snowing (usually) or not (today). Tomorrow freezing rain and snow are both predicted. What fun!
Meanwhile the birds still keep coming to the feeders.
The highlight today, but not photographed, was a brief visit by Except three White-winged Crossbills in our neighbors’ spruce trees. They did add color, so I hope they return to be photographed.