1. Simply lovely! He can’t be too cold, he’s not all fluffed up like I’ve seen them on occasion. They do seem able to withstand at least a bit of cold, but I’ve heard that folks putting up feeders is what helps. He looks like one of our Anna’s.

      • From what I’ve observed, they do know how to conserve energy when needed. I first had a chance to observe them when the temperatures dropped when I lived quite a bit inland where we had the occasional freeze. When it was truly cold they would fluff up looking like a round ball of feathers and stay dormant until it warmed up.

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