“Cedar Waxwings” in a feeding frenzy, are seen thru the glass of our kitchen window today. Their colorful wing tips are remarkable, and they love berries… in this case from our Eastern Red Cedar (Juniperus Virginian.)
From the rainy New Jersey Shore – thanks for viewing, click-on or finger-stretch for a closer look and comments are always welcome. M 🙂
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Thanks, Al. Hope all is well! M 🙂
Wow . . . that’s a lot of Waxwings. I’ve only ever seen two, in Michigan.
Beautiful birds and your pictures great…..amazing
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