Backyard bird version.
Reminds me of the local grocery stores around here at the start of any snow event. Last minute frantic behavior. The flakes had just begun when the birds (and a few squirrels) descended upon the feeders and the ground by the bird bath.
This was somewhat tame as it did get pretty intense up on the major feeder.
I could almost imagine the parallels to the competition to get that last loaf of bread or gallon of milk.
It’s not like I don’t have food out there constantly. They just get so intense when a storm comes.
And, this one.
Similar to the behavior of hovering for that choice parking spot in the store lot?
I have to admit, the birds that live here in our woods provide us with much entertainment. They know this is a source of food and water, year round. Today they were out there while I was rinsing dishes, and I had to go get the camera to record them.
I do hope this is the end of our winter storms. Enough is enough. And I’m glad we pruned the dead wood out of the tops of our shade trees. If we get a quarter inch of ice, like predicted, there will be branches breaking all around us. Crossing our fingers that Friday’s maintenance prevents any significant damage.
Stay warm and safe out there. We are almost into spring.