The weather in the Big Bird’s backyard is often a challenge, especially when it comes to the subtleties of the local climate.
But with the arrival of the New Year, it’s all about the weather.
We know that winter weather in Chicago is notoriously cold, but this is the first time the Big Birds’ backyard has ever received such cold weather.
The Big Bird was just outside of Chicago on January 10 when the cold snap began.
And with temperatures dropping below zero and the skies darkening to an eerie shade of blue, it became even more difficult for the birds to see the weather around them.
With their eyes closed, the birds were able to keep track of the cold and keep an eye on the sky.
It took some time for them to figure out the location of the birds in the sky, but soon, the sky began to lighten up and the birds started to see more of the sky around them, too.
This is the same phenomenon that was witnessed by the birds around New York City in February.
When the sky was darker, the stars began to fade into the background, as if the birds had gone to sleep.
As the sun began to shine, the sun started to set and the temperature dropped to below zero.
When it started to rise again, the bird’s eyes started to light up, and the weather in their backyard started to get much more favorable.
The skies around Chicago have been a bit cloudy this year.
Here’s how it’s looking from the Big Bad Bird’s house. Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHnB6h5vJQ4&feature=youtu.be For now, the Big B’s backyard has been spared the cold weather and cloudy skies that have plagued it for the last few winters.
But it’s not yet clear if it will be for the rest of the year.