Cedar WaxwingsPosted: January 18, 2017
Timing is everything. As I was preparing my posts on Holly Trees, the Cedar Waxwings arrived to feast on the berries. I was alerted of the birds presence by my resident birds. The Cardinals, Titmice, Chickadees and Carolina Wrens gathered to check out the visitors. (click to enlarge)
Luckily, the birds stayed long enough that I could get the camera and switch lenses. Waxwings fly off at the slightest disturbance. The photos are highly cropped as it was hard to get very close.
I was very pleased to get an almost perfect shot of this beautiful Cedar Waxwing.