|Category:||Nature Photography | Posted:||February 10, 2019|
Puffed up feathers
A bird's body heat warms the air between its feathers so they fluff up in the cold to trap as much air in their feathers as possible. Their feathers provide insulation against the cold, and they have an oil that coats their feathers which provides waterproofing.
|Post Type||Photography||Mixed Media||Minor|
1/3200, f/4, ISO 400
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