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Bohemian Waxwing...

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They're in town (my home town) and they're here in numbers!

I really did luck out yesterday afternoon when I stumbled upon a miniature crab apple tree that had 100 plus Cedar,s choking down the fruits of their labour!

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That's a beauty, Stu. It's a Bohemian waxwing, FYI. smile

Thanks Steve and thanks all for your comments!

Thank you Steve for pointing that out too!!! wink

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That is a beautiful bird! Didn't know we had Bohemium Waxwings in this part of the world.

Are they relatively rare here? I know I've never seen one.

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That is a beautiful bird! Didn't know we had Bohemium Waxwings in this part of the world.

Are they relatively rare here? I know I've never seen one.

Bohemian's nesting grouns is the Northern Boreal forrest. They travel south during the winter months to places like southern Manitoba and into North Westerm Mn.

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Once again, thank you all for your comments! I consisder myself very fortunate to have stumbled upon these beauties. I'm also pleased that I have the opportunity to share my findings so that others may also enjoy Mother Nature's incredible creations here. No doubt she had her thinking cap on when she was painting these colorful birds! wink

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They just keep getting better and better! They are beautiful photos.

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They just keep getting better and better! They are beautiful photos.

Glad you're enjoying them as much as I am! wink

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