Jonathan Cohen

Jonathan Cohen

Posted on 05/01/2015


Photo taken on January  6, 2014



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Self-Portrait with Friend – Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, California

Self-Portrait with Friend – Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, California
Members of the sparrow family, Juncos are most often seen feeding along many of the paths throughout the more forested portions of Point Lobos. These year-round residents are easily recognized by their black-hooded head, reddish-brown back, and buffy-orange sides. Their white outer tail feathers are conspicuous as they fly up from the forest floor. The Dark-Eyed Junco is regularly seen foraging near the park entrance and is often the first bird seen upon entering the Reserve.

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William Sutherland
William Sutherland
Great capture!

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