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In the dead of winter, when trees have shed their leaves and snow has blanketed the ground, the lively sights and sounds of resident birds can be a welcome relief. A flash of color at a feeder or a cheerful song in the trees can serve as an antidote to the drab feeling of the season. For serious birders and casual nature lovers alike, spotting these beautiful creatures in backyards, parks, and forests is a treat year-round, but most especially during the year’s coldest months.
USPS celebrates four of winter’s winged beauties with the Birds in Winter Forever stamps featuring the black-capped chickadee (poecile atricapillus), the northern cardinal (cardinalis cardinalis), the blue jay (cyanocitta cristat), and the red-bellied woodpecker (melanerpes carolinus). Art director Antonio Alcalá designed the stamps with original artwork by Nadia Taylor.Read full news release
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