Cedar Waxwings and Robins

Cedar Waxwings and Robins

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Waxwings Right outside my home office, which explains how I do bird watching from home.

(Yes, I need to get out more often.)

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8 Comments

Margaret Roach

You do not need to leave home more often. Instead, more people need to stay home, and notice what's going on outside the window.
The waxwings and robins and bluebirds and everyone else are going wild here — finally! — at the moment, too.

Alain

Congrats!!Great picture!!! I love the composition with that curve bush and the birds on it!!! Really artistic!!

CE Webster

That's how I do some of my bird watching, too! I'm glad it's spring because I'm seeing and hearing many more birds. I keep running outside with my binoculars to see who's back.

CE Webster

That's how I do some of my bird watching, too! I keep seeing and hearing many more birds now that it's getting nice out. I keep running outside with my binoculars to see who has returned.

Ed H.

Here in Ohio, the Spring is always a great time for bird-watching. Usually the first two weeks of April are unbelievable.

RKB

I love having your blog as a ready reference for bird identification. That's a neat picture.

Frank Minyard

I live in new york so I don't get many good bird sightings like this beside pigeons everywhere! Unless I go to the bronx zoo, thats another story!! Great picture!

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