Trivia follows

After 65 years of extensive feeding of birds in my yard, (OK, including homes 
of parents for Karen and John and our previous homes) and with dispersal of up 
to ~100 lb/wk of bird seed when there has been frequent, fresh snow fall, and 
after thousands of hours of observation; it is a rare treat to get great views 
of a new species feeding in our yard. OK, guess what species.

It is not really rare, just almost never seen in our yard habitat.

It is a bird of the field.

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Does it help to know that it nests in the tundra?

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Snow Bunting! for about 15 minutes about 3-4 m from the window. It was snowing 
hard and images show snow accumulating on its head as it fed.


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