Grey clouds dominate East Gwillimbury's skies in November but this mailbox is sure to brighten a delivery person's day.
Only a few seeds left
Blue jays and chickadees have been feasting on sunflower seeds.
Ground-feeding White-throated Sparrows enjoy eating treats living on the forest floor, such as beetles, millipedes, spiders and snails. During the winter months, though, they will eat millet and black-oil sunflower seeds at feeders. November is an in-between time when they eat animal matter as well as seeds.
Soon the tamaracks will drop their needles and the trees will look dead like other deciduous trees. Come spring and they'll grow new green needles.
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