The First White Christmas Ever in Birmingham Alabama 2010

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A Photo Essay [click on the images for a larger view]

An accidental full moon shot aiming at a flock of birds on the first White Christmas in the history of Birmingham, Alabama, 2010

A Carolina chickadee [poecile carolinensis] flapping its wings during landing on a dogwood tree limb

A Carolina chickadee [poecile carolinensis] in a dogwood tree on the first ever White Christmas in Birmingham, Alabama…

A male Northern cardinal [cardinalis cardinalis] in the snow

A male Northern cardinal [cardinalis cardinalis] with wings flapping while coming in for a landing in the dogwood tree

A white-breasted nuthatch [sitta carolinensis] in the snow

A male house finch [carpodacus mexicanus] in the snow

An Eastern bluebird [sialia sialis] braving the snow

An American goldfinch [spinus tristis] migrating through the suburbs on a snowy day

The front yard covered in snow on the first ever White Christmas in Birmingham, Alabama, 2010

A wide angle shot from next day, on Sunday, December 26, 2010

© 2010 – 2012, Glynn Wilson. All rights reserved.

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