I've been hiking around up in the mtns this summer whenever I get the
chance, and on numerous occasions I have seen Juncos trilling at the
tops of trees, particularly at higher elevations, like up by Sterling
Pond and on Belvidere Mtn...
On 7/1/05, palola <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> A bird that sounds like and looks like a Junco has been singing at the very top of very high trees for many minutes for several mornings. Seems like odd behavior for a Junco and we can only see the underside. Do they defend territory from such a location? Darlene and Ernie Palola