Quiz time: Why these birds?

Photo by Chris Bosak An eastern bluebird perches on a branch in New England, February 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A Northern Mockingbird seen Sunday at Taylor Farm in Norwalk during the annual Christmas Bird Count.
Photo by Chris Bosak A Northern Mockingbird seen Sunday at Taylor Farm in Norwalk during the annual Christmas Bird Count.

Here’s a quiz for which there is no prize other than that good feeling you’ll get from knowing you got it right (if you can guess the answer.)

The question is: Why am I posting photos of these particular birds today? Leave a comment or send me an email with your guess. Have a Super day.

6 thoughts on “Quiz time: Why these birds?

  1. I suppose these birds don’t always stick around here for the winter. As my favorite bird columnist noted back in 2016, “Sometimes it’s as if all the bluebirds have decided to fly south. Some winters, like this one, many choose to stick around New England and take their chances with the weather.”

    Jason

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