Photo by Chris Bosak A Dark-eyed Junco perches in a tree in New England in March 2015.

Thank you for visiting Snowbird of Paradise.

The Dark-eyed Juncos (aka snowbirds) leave Canada in the winter and return in the spring, and people who do the same are also called snowbirds. Because I planted a Bird of Paradise shrub in a pot and put it out on my patio in California, I have combined the two “birds” in the title of this blog.

You, as a reader, are as important to a blog as is the writer, and I am delighted that you have found my site. Please explore the various posts and read as many as take your fancy.  I will be happy to hear from you and to respond in the comments sections.

Happy reading!


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    • Hi Jim, Yes, yours is the first comment on the Welcome page! I think you’ll get a chuckle out of the Dating page, too. I’m in San Jose, and it has been raining.

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