More Cedar Waxwings


I was lucky to see the group of Cedar Waxwings again recently. I am thinking that they won’t be around here much longer, but we’ll have to see. I was glad to get some decent photos of them this time, and hope that I see them again before they head north.

Here are a few pictures I got of them:

Two Cedar Waxwings in a tree

Two Cedar Waxwings in a tree

 A couple Cedar Waxwings in a tree

A couple Cedar Waxwings in a tree

A group of Cedar Waxwings perched in a tree.

A group of Cedar Waxwings perched in a tree.

A group of Cedar Waxwings perched in a tree.

A group of Cedar Waxwings perched in a tree.

A group of Cedar Waxwings perched in a tree.

A group of Cedar Waxwings perched in a tree.

I’m not sure what I said… but they refused to look at me for these last couple pictures.

A group of Cedar Waxwings perched in a tree.

A group of Cedar Waxwings perched in a tree.

A group of Cedar Waxwings perched in a tree.

A group of Cedar Waxwings perched in a tree.

To see my first post about Cedar Waxwings click here.

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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.

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