Yet more icy bird photos

Photo by Chris Bosak
A white-breasted nuthatch perches on an icy branch, Danbury, Connecticut, January 2019.

Parts of southern New England remain encrusted in ice. It’s been several days since the snow-then-ice storm hit, but brutally cold weather followed to keep everything frozen. The beautiful ice-covered landscape will change soon, however, as the forecast calls for rain and temperatures in the 40s. In the meantime, I’ll keep taking and sharing bird photos with this icy backdrop.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A fox sparrow rests in icy branches, Danbury, Connecticut, January 2019.
Photo by Chris Bosak
A fish crow eats berries from a frozen bush, Danbury, Connecticut, January 2019.

This morning’s icy bird shots

Photo by Chris Bosak Downy woodpeckers on icy feeder, New England, Jan. 2019.

In southern Connecticut we woke up to a landscape covered in ice and a grand total of 1 degree Fahrenheit. I’m sure that seems like a heatwave compared to what those in northern New England experienced. But, hey, that’s why we love New England.

Here are a few shots from this morning (Monday, Jan. 21, 2019.)

Photo by Chris Bosak Icy birdfeeder in New England, Jan. 2019.
Photo by Chris Bosak Junco on icy branches in New England, Jan. 2019.