Songbirds after Hurricane Irma in North Carolina, USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

Songbirds Pull Together After Hurricane Irma

12 September 2017

After a rocking windy and rainy night of the remnants of Hurricane Irma passing through the Great Smoky Mountains it’s #Songbird strong this morning! Daylight brought an unusual sense of camaraderie among the American Goldfinches, Juncos, Chickadees and other small birds. Six Goldfinches managed to squeeze together on what was left of the finch sock with no fuss or pushing and shoving and even the Dark Eyed Juncos were behaving themselves. A note: deciduous trees provide little shelter in high winds – little birds just love big dense arborvitae trees for shelter from storms and nest building.

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