Cedar Waxwing


I don’t see many Cedar Waxwings in our area, as they only migrate here in the winter. And when I do see them it is a special treat. I saw this flock of them sitting on our mulberry tree, and tried sneaking around to get a better shot of them. I got about 5 pictures, and then they decided that I was too close and took off toward the neighbors. I went looking for them again, but never found them. So here are the pictures I did get, and I might not get anymore ’till next winter.

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About Wyatt VanDePol

Son, Brother, Nikon photographer, Beekeeper, Pianist, Artist, Coffee lover, Good book lover, Cross Country runner, and WordPress blogger.

3 responses to “Cedar Waxwing”

  1. tootlepedal says :

    I particularly like waxwings.

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