Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Cedar Waxwing, March 14, 2018

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Booneville, Mississippi, USA, March 8, 2018
Cedar Waxwings, Bomhycilla cedrorum, are migratory birds that visit us here in the southern United States in the Winter. Their Summer breeding grounds are all across Canada and the northern parts of the United States. They eat small fruit, berries, and insects.

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12 comments:

  1. ...I love these small masked bandits.

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  2. I can't tell if he is mad at the world, proud, look at his chest puffed up with that glorious tuff of feathers at the top of his head. Have a great week.

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  3. Hello Lea, the Waxwings are beautiful. Great shot. Have a happy day!

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  4. He looks soft and round in this pose..... I want to reach out and touch him...

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  5. Waxwings visit here in the Fall. They are berry eaters here and love the berries on the Mountain Ash. A beautiful bird
    MB

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  6. One of my favorites that I rarely see. I think last time was in NH and they were devouring fruit on a tree outside daughter's home.

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  7. They always look like such formal little birds! Great pic,Lea!

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  8. These are such pretty birds. The soft tan color of their feathers is just lovely.

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  9. I have never seen this bird before. It is so beautiful! Lea, you took a great photo of this special bird.

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  10. An imposing pose, I might say. He's gorgeous.

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  11. I love seeing photos of this bird--it always looks like it has been painted with a fine brush! Gorgeous creature!

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