Robins will join up with other robins in the fall and winter months. They will hunt together for berries, and food. They eat a lot of fruit in the winter months. The flock will roost together in trees at night
Sometimes in a wooden area a Red-bellied Woodpecker will be flying fast, then quickly change directions, then land on a limb for a short time and take off again, chatting as it flies., etc. This type of practice, (behavior) could help younger birds to escape from harm’s way in the future.
This photo was taken one snowy day in KY.
The Dark-eyed Juncos are our snow birds, ha-ha. They show up in the winter months here in KY., and will head northward in the spring time to their breeding grounds.
The first ones to show up will be higher up on their social ladder; late ones will be at the end of the social ladder. Being early does pay off at times, grin.
The Dark-eyed Juncos are medium-sized sparrows.
The cardinals feel that doing the winter months they don’t need to guard its home territory because it isn’t breeding season. They are more likely to join with other cardinals during the winter months because they eat the same foods and also will look for the same type of shelters.
One raining day, mother deer was eating some mushrooms, her young one decided to take a bit of the mushroom. Young one must not had liked the mushroom, it’s stuck it tongue out, and went back to eating grass. Mother deer said to young one, “Mushrooms are good for you.”
The old saying goes, “Mother always know what is best for you.”