The day started out at about 33 degrees on the 14th. We got about a half inch of sleet that day and it progressively got colder. Thes birds were trying to take shelter the best they could.
Blue Jays on the coldest morning we've had so far. It was 14 below zero at 7:30 am. on the 15th. These birds were trying to keep warm as best they could. They were eating a lot all day. It never got past 7 degrees this day.
Little Juncos in the frigid cold.
BlueJays all puffed up to keep warm.
A Mourning Dove and a squirrel braving the cold weather.
This squirrel was eating a nut. I don't know how they can sit on that wire fencing with their little bare bottomed feet.
More cold Blue Jays. Thank heavens the sun was shining all day, not that it helped those little critters any.