David L. Swanson has written: 'Seasonal thermoregulation in the dark-eyed junco (Passeriformes: Junco hyemalis)' -- subject(s): Body temperature, Passeriformes, Regulation, Wintering 'The nature of human communication' -- subject(s): Communication
Building a Birdhouse For The Dark-eyed Junco Since dark-eyed juncos prefer nesting on the ground they do not frequent birdhouses. However in the winter they sometimes make use of man-made winter roosts which can actually be simply a modified a… Full Answer
The male is somewhat darker than females and immature birds.Often called snowbirds,because of their habit of gathering in large flocks prior to bad weather.One of the more common feeder birds,going for seed on the ground.
Among North American birds, the male Dark-eyed Junco, Slate-colored variety, has a black hood and a gray body with a white belly. The Gray Catbird has a black cap and a gray body with rusty feathers under the tail.
Well... My mother has dark brown hair, and dark brown eyes. My father has light brown hair and green eyes. I have blonde hair with bright blue eyes. So yes it is very possible. I think that it just depends… Full Answer
Having blue eyes have nothing to do with the color u see but blue eyed people may not see as sharply as dark eyed people do, the darker the eyes, the more light is absorbed as light waves pass through… Full Answer