Wow! I love em!...not during blueberry season tho!
An invasion!Once in Sarasota I saw a flock of red billed Ibis berth themselves in a Lychee Nut tree, in two minutes they had eaten all that fruit then took skyward again in a mass ascension.These waxwings are numerous... are they migrating already?
Wow. That is a lot of cedar waxwings. I love how they are mouthing off to each other. I bet you were excited having that new camera and a great opportunity. Good job.
This is just so cool!!!
FC, hehehe. Fishy, yep, they're migrating. I hope they stick around a few more days.Shamy, I was doing the BIG happy dance yesterday!!!!!!! Been trying for a week and a half to get some pics of the little suckers. Thanks Danielle. :)
Great pictures of the group plus you did an excellent job finding the pair of gossips in the group!
Grannie Annie sent me here and I am so glad I came. I just love these birds that zoom through my neighborhood but rarely stay long. Love the photos...thanks for sharing.
Bird nerd! bwahahahahaha.I love the photo where they seem to be talking to each other. REALLY enjoying the blue sky too.
Granny, I don't know what was going on with those two, but they were picking on each other the whole time I was out there.Tabor, thanks for stopping in. :) Hope you have a great weekend!Boxer, couldn't have asked for better skies. Beautiful perfect blue.
Those photos are great! We rarely see them here, they are so pretty!
They are awesome! It's like a bird convention!!!
I've never seen a bird like this????!!!!
Oh wow! I live in South Florida - Ft. Lauderdale area - and I'd LOVE to see a Cedar Waxwing. They are more toward the center of the state than the south, I'm afraid. I did see that someone had located one just north of Margate, so I'll check there.....you have a whole tree full of them - how magnificent!!
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