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Leg and Foot Warmers! It is -8C (17.6F) outside. These photos show how to keep your skinny legs and your feet warm... if you’re a bird. Our local Glaucous-winged Gull and Northwestern Crow have it figured out.  Canada,Geotagged Click/tap to enlarge

Leg and Foot Warmers!

It is -8C (17.6F) outside. These photos show how to keep your skinny legs and your feet warm... if you’re a bird. Our local Glaucous-winged Gull and Northwestern Crow have it figured out.

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  1. Lol, if only I had feathers! Posted one month ago
    1. You do. All those down filled whatevers. Ha! One gets the impression that the gull is trying to hatch the railing it’s sitting on. Good luck! We are waiting for snow here. Posted one month ago
      1. Haha, "hatch the railing"! The crow should take a lesson from the gull and tuck its feet underneath its body. Good luck with the snow - we are expecting some later this week, but I don't think it is supposed to amount to much. Posted one month ago
        1. I believe that the crows are more concerned with making a “quick getaway”. The gulls... more concerned about comfort. We also are not supposed to get much snow but it will be enough to make it more difficult to get around the island. Posted one month ago
          1. Perhaps that tells us which bird is smarter? Stay safe in the snow! Posted one month ago

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Uploaded Jan 14, 2020. Captured in 315 Whaletown Rd, Whaletown, BC V0P 1Z0, Canada.