Yellow-rumped Warblers foraging in major snow storm

The snow began falling yesterday afternoon and finally sticking to grassy areas and trees a few hours later. By the time I photographed these Yellow-rumped Warblers there was over an inch on most trees branches and the snow was still coming down in big flakes. The small group of 4-5 Yellow-rumped Warblers foraged actively in these tree branches that overhung water and must have had some continuing insect activity. Aw, spring in the Rockies. SeEtta


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