Christmas card number 2 from BirdsofNewEngland

Photo by Chris Bosak A dark-eyed junco visits a Danbury, Conn, backyard following a snow storm, fall 2018.

Southern New England is green as of December 20th and the forecast calls for rain and above-freezing temperatures for the foreseeable future. That’s good news for travelers, but not-so-good news for those dreaming of a white Christmas. To make things a bit easier for those folks, I’ll post a few photos left over from our mid-November snow storm. I’ll post one photo a day until December 25. Merry Christmas everyone and thanks for your support of BirdsofNewEngland.com in 2018!

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Christmas card number 1 from BirdsofNewEngland

Photo by Chris Bosak A blue jay visits a Danbury, Conn, backyard following a snow storm, fall 2018.

Southern New England is green as of December 20th and the forecast calls for rain and above-freezing temperatures for the foreseeable future. That’s good news for travelers, but not-so-good news for those dreaming of a white Christmas. To make things a bit easier for those folks, I’ll post a few photos left over from our mid-November snow storm. I’ll post one photo a day until December 25. Merry Christmas everyone and thanks for your support of BirdsofNewEngland.com in 2018!

Merry Christmas from www.BirdsofNewEngland.com: Gray Jay with berries

Photo by Chris Bosak Gray Jay with berries, northern New Hampshire, fall 2013.

Photo by Chris Bosak
Gray Jay with berries, northern New Hampshire, fall 2013.

I took this photo of a Gray Jay in the fall of 2013 in northern New Hampshire. Until now I’ve never used the photo in any manner. Not for my bird column, not a blog posting, not in a slideshow, not as part of a gallery or exhibit. I could think of no better way to use it for the first time than to wish visitors of http://www.BirdsofNewEngland.com a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Thanks for your support and help spread the word about this site. There are exciting things in store for 2014.