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Dark-eyed Junco

Junco hyemalis


Blackish head, rust back, and reddish flanks. The "Oregon" subspecies is pictured.


Coniferous and mixed forest throughout the U.S.

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AnjaliAnantharam 8 years ago

Very nice..

KarenL 8 years ago

Very sweet!

Wild Things
Wild Things 8 years ago

Amazing pic.

Noe and Pili
Noe and Pili 8 years ago

Stunning close up!
Its name comes from Latin hyemalis that means "of the winter".

SusanEllison 8 years ago

I totally agree, another good photographer for wild birds is Roy Sims- check him out

Dennis Davenport
Dennis Davenport 8 years ago

Marta, I appreciate the kind words. I do pride myself on the fact that all of my photos are of wild creatures, in the wild. I also do not bait to get photographs. I'm glad you liked my picture!

The MnMs
The MnMs 8 years ago

Now, this is what I am talking about. Real pictures made in the wild and beautiful!
We Rangers are a bit disappointed with the bit too many pics we have been seeing in Noah made in zoos and claimed as being done in the wild.
Dennis, here you are an example of real wild photograph of exceptional beauty and professionality.
People like you are really valued here in Noah..keep posting! :-)

Dennis Davenport
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Dennis Davenport


Spotted on Oct 13, 2011
Submitted on Oct 24, 2011

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