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Dark-eyed Junco

Junco hyemalis

Description:

Dark-eyed juncos are handsome little, sparrow-sized birds. Their coloration is quite variable across their range, but it's typically easy to tell if one is looking at a junco based upon body shape and color pattern. In flight, they flash white outer tail feathers. Gray or brown-gray above and pale below. Pink bill.

Habitat:

Northern or mountain mixed-coniferous or coniferous forests in summer. In winter, they are often found at backyard feeders across a wide variety of habitat types.


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Roseville, Minnesota, USA

Lat: 45.00, Long: -93.12

Spotted on Jan 23, 2014
Submitted on May 4, 2014

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