Cedar Waxwings

We had a treat outside our window today.  This morning we noticed a group of cedar waxwings eating crab apples in the tree just behind our house.  They would eat for a while, then something would startle them and they would all fly off.  I a few minutes, they’d be back.  We had as many as 6 in the tree at one time.

These were taken through the sliding glass door, so some don’t have the crispness I would have liked.  Still, they were a pleasure to watch.

Mark

Cedar Waxwing in the Crab Apple Tree

Cedar Waxwing in the Crab Apple Tree

Cedar Waxwing in the Crab Apple Tree

Cedar Waxwing in the Crab Apple Tree

Cedar Waxwing in the Crab Apple Tree

Cedar Waxwing in the Crab Apple Tree

 

Cedar Waxwing in the Crab Apple Tree

Cedar Waxwing in the Crab Apple Tree

 

 

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. Barb April 3, 2016 at 8:00 pm #

    Thanks. What a pleasure to be introduced to these beauties through your camera lens!

    • mfyancey April 3, 2016 at 8:05 pm #

      Thanks, Barb. It is a treat to watch them.

  2. Barb April 3, 2016 at 8:04 pm #

    Thanks, Mark.
    What a pleasure to be introduced to these beauties through your camera lens!

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