Peanut Butter Bird
Friends, this Gray Jay is popping pieces of frozen peanut butter like popcorn. I laughed out loud when I saw this image. This image was taken at a bird feeder station where all kinds of birdie treats were put out for the northern bog birds. The Sax Zim bog is famous for winter owls that migrate here from the northern regions and is located west of the mighty Lake Superior. The larger birds are attracted by the abundance of smaller game and the seed-eaters are attracted by the coniferous trees that produce cones filled with seed. til Tomorrow more bog birds, MJ
Posted on January 22, 2013, in Birds, Nature, photography and tagged birds, Gray Jay, mjspringett, nature, photography, postaday, sax zim bog, wildlife, winter. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
Seriously MJ, your captures are amazing! I wish I had such a spot to go to, but not sure I have the patience to wait for the perfect shots. Simply stunning. All of the captures on your blog. Margie
so this is how some birds survive the winter … on peanut butter!!