Cedar Waxwings

I have been lucky to spot a few Cedar Waxwings this year so wanted to share what I saw the other day when I visited Elk Island National Park for the first time since it reopened, but must say they move around a lot and I found it difficult to get a good shot because of shadows and trigs, etc.

This one stopped for a moment, for which I am grateful
A few Waxwings came at the same time and seemed to love these berries which I have not yet identified.
Cedar Waxwing gorging on berries.
My friend alerted me to this when we went up an unknown trail to see what was there. I am glad we went .
Waxwing giving itself a good shake. I like this shot.

11 thoughts on “Cedar Waxwings

  1. Hey, masked woman! Brave new gravatar!
    Oh and I do like those waxwings…right down to their yellow-tipped tail feathers.
    So happy to see your ‘field’ work especially in these times. Take care, lady.

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  2. I got excited just seeing your post title in my email, Jane! I love their intriguing looks and coloring, you captured them wonderfully! Glad to hear Elk Island NP has reopened and you’ve been able to visit.

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    1. Oh yes, it was the first time I was out this year. What a joy that was! I couldn’t observe the Coots or grebes up close because the boardwalk and observing decks are all under water. Constant rain but that day was splendid.

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