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I have a small house on a 1 acre lot with lots of trees and seclusion [which is the way I like it!]. I spend more money feeding the birds than I do myself! LOL

ps The Cassiar Junco is a sub-species of the Dark-eyed Junco as are the Oregon, Slate-coloured etc
Great shots Bert, these look more intermediate between the two forms, although there are occasions where female Oregon Juncos may look a bit more slaty than usual, though this might reflect varying amounts of intergradation. A few days ago I saw what looked to be a slate-coloured at the backyard next door, although it still had a very faint amount of brown.

Cassiar is often considered to be an intregrade between Oregon and Slate-coloured rather than a true subspecies, although it does have a latin name ((Junco hyemalis cismontanus).

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