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Scott’s Sunday bird-blogging.

Aha! I bet not too many folks have ever bird-blogged before! I should copyright it.. or something.

Anyhow, we’ve just recently in the past few days had a flock of Cedar Waxwings come to the house. They’ve been in our crabapple trees at the front, but they were also tame enough to come up to beside the holly bush which is next to the sunroom, so I thought I’d take some photos, as we don’t see this bird too often around our place, even with the good cover and the crabapple trees. I’m going to have to leave these pics in fairly big size, else you won’t really see them too well.

Cedar Waxwing

Cedar Waxwing Pic 2

4 comments to Scott’s Sunday bird-blogging.

  • Beat you to it. Got a couple of waxwings on my visit to Scar. bluffs, and blogged about it! Got a Northern mockingbird, and blogged about it!

    My big regret is– one evening last summer, out walking with my wife (and after realizing I had left the digital behind but decided not to bother getting it), I saw a whole family of 4 Saw Whet Owls just at dusk. They are wonderfully tame, and came literallywithin five feet of me.Thosewould have been wonderful shots.

  • ooo lucky you!

    When I lived in Lindsay we got waxwings on occasion. Probably not likely to see them here in the big city. 🙁

  • The birds are safe. The cats are both indoor cats only.

  • Whatever you do, don’t bird blog on Fridays — the cats might eat them.

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