Siskins still on the balcony


It is colder today now than usually in March. (Wet) snow.

Maybe that is why the siskins are still at the feeders; both on the balcony and the other side of the house. Probably, they think it is still too wintry to migrate to northern or eastern Europe.

This video is about siskins.

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