Dark-Eyed Junco Animal Pictures

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A dark-eyed junco

A dark-eyed junco
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Dark-eyed juncos measure up to 6.3 inches in length and weigh up to 1.1 ounces.

3 dark-eyed junco eggs in a nest

3 dark-eyed junco eggs in a nest
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Dark-eyed juncos typically lay from 3 to 5 eggs, though sometimes they will lay a 6th.

Dark-Eyed Junco

Dark-Eyed Junco
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Both parents feed their fledgling Dark-Eyed Junco babies.

Mother dark-eyed junco standing on a rock with one of her chicks

Mother dark-eyed junco standing on a rock with one of her chicks
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Baby dark-eyed juncos leave the nest 9 - 12 days after hatching.

A dark-eyed junco standing in the snow

A dark-eyed junco standing in the snow
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Dark-eyed juncos are often called snowbirds because some species reappear in the winter.