What Cold Critters Do . . .
The polar vortex is here again (I think it left for a day or two). Extremely cold weather can give us cabin fever and make us grumpy, but it also brings out the good sides, too. There is a tendency to slow down and be patient with each other, to reach out and help those in “winter” need, and to share warmth of good food and company. The same is true for the wild critters that have to live in the cold conditions 24 hours a day.
The fluffed up and grumpy:
And, a never before seen … “sharing of the sunflower seeds”:
(Or, is it a miraculous ability – brought on by freezing cold, to “pretend” that they are alone and their bottoms are not warmer? 😉 )