A Museum of Cedar Waxwings

What should have been a quick stop at the Post Office on this drizzly morning turned into a bit of a distraction. Perched in a tree outside the door was this flock (or museum) of beautiful Cedar Waxwings feasting away on berries, looking like little bandits with their black masks. I need to figure out what kind of tree this is – because I want one! They ignored me and my impromptu photo shoot. The sighting made my day. Happy Tuesday!







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2 Responses to A Museum of Cedar Waxwings

  1. Anita K says:

    I love pudgy birds, so beautiful!!! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Karen says:

    Maybe google the breed and you can find out what kind of berries they like to eat this time of year or check with your state college’s extension service. . Or take one of these pictures to your local nursery or park ranger station or someplace.

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