10 April 2013

Cedar Waxwing

This wonderful flock of birds go at those winter withered crabapples in the spring like they're starving.
They don't stay still long enough to get a really good picture





9 comments:

  1. Aren't they wonderful? We have them and every year they nest here.
    Been thinkin' of you-hope you are well... :)

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  2. Hello Debra,
    Yes, cedar waxwings are wonderful, and such a joy to watch. They are so busy at the berries and chirping its funny.
    Hope you are doing well
    Here, things are looking up.Thank you for asking

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  3. Awwwww...they must taste good to them. Such sweet little birds. Ya gotta love Spring♥

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    1. Hi Dee,
      Spring is wonderful. On yesterday's walk, I saw forsythia buds about to show color.

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  4. pretty.. my son usually run after them or yells at them hoping to catch one.

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  5. Dear Maywyn - these cedar waxwings are so beautiful. We had some here at work the other day in the trees. Just love seeing them. So glad you were able to catch them on film. (Maybe it will inspire a painting or two??) Have a great day.

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    1. Hello Debbie,
      You must have a fantastic window at work.

      I'm doing catch up on the Walden Pond and sidewalk paintings. Progress is happiness.

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  6. Hi Hena,
    Your son sounds adorable.
    Cedar waxwings can appear close enough to catch. I had to be careful not to zoom too far because they were only feet away.

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  7. One day I will get the hang of Reply vs Add comment

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