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Lafayette Township, NJ, United States
I assume he was scratching his head or got tangled in something and a clump of feathers remained pushed up and made his head to appear to have a crest.
I thought I'd style my hair like the "cool" birds...
Saw a tufted junco today ,santa cruz ca
I have a tufted Junco coming to my bird feeder everyday!
I live in Orange County, NY (about 20-30 min from Lafayette, NJ) and just saw a tufted Junco on our fence.
We have a tufted junco visiting us every year. It comes alone and likes to bath in our swimming pool. It comes in October and leaves within a month. We live in Modesto california.
I have a tufted junco who comes to visit for the winter every year. I live in Myrtle Beach SC and was unsure if it really a junco. Thanks for the pictures. It confirmed my sighting
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