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Thursday, February 11, 2021

Did juncoes inspire the article of clothing known as a cape?

It is very cold today The sweet-looking Dark-eyed junco (who visited my garden today and can be seen in the photo atop this entry) is a bird type that loves cold temps. Hence this creature's nickname of "snowbird" seemed to be using his feathers in a way that resembles the way humans wear a cape!

Dark-eyed Juncoes are the bird types Anne Murray is referencing in the song, Snowbird, and they are featured in my three volume book series, Words In Our Beak

My books are nice to give to as a Valentine's Day (a holiday which will be here in a few days) as a gift to love birds who love birds. 

This image features the front cover of my three volume book series, “WORDS IN OUR BEAK." Info re these books is in a blog post @ Because this is serving as a Valentine’s Day promo, they are on a pink background with multi-colored images of hearts. One is on the top left, three are on the the top right and one is below the images of the books.

They also make a perfect gift for someone who may be in quarantine or lockdown due to consequences of the coronavirus because the stories in them can bring the outdoors into the homes of those who cannot go out and about.

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