Friday, May 30, 2014

Cedar Waxwings

The Cedar Waxwings have taken over our yard. We see dozens of the beautiful birds everyday. This morning, Bill counted 30 birds on the pond. Our bushes come alive and limbs of the local trees strain under the weight of so many birds.

I can't stop taking pictures - so this is my tribute to the Cedar Waxwings.



 According to my books, we are in the winter range for the birds but they stay year-around in the northwest parts of the state. They couple up in late Spring and early Summer. I expect we will wake up one day soon - and they will all be gone - so I'm enjoying the show while it lasts.

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