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Sturg

Recent Encounters

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I had a visit from a small flock of Cedar Waxwings last week.  They rested in a pine tree after feeding on the neighbor's lilac bush flowers.

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I also encountered some birds on the wood duck pond I frequent.  A water thrush, spotted sandpiper, female red-winged blackbird,and wood swallows.

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Jim Almquist and DonBo like this

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Love looking at your pics Sturg.  Beautiful.

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Yes absolutely beautiful.  Thanks.  Those cedar waxwings are really cool birds.

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Thanks to all, I agree in the waxwings have a subtle beauty because their colors blend so well.

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Very nice assortment !!! with some great looking backgrounds!

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waxwing sam like they have felt instead of feathers...  such a neat bird. 

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