Cedar Waxwings in a Cherry Tree: November 23, 2021

Cedar Waxwings can be found in any month of the year but in the colder months they are usually found where berries are plentiful. We found two today at Col. Sam Smith Park.

Cedar Waxwing
Cedar Waxwing
Cedar Waxwing
Cedar Waxwing

The cherries also attracted Robins

American Robin
American Robin
American Robin

and Cardinals.

Northern Cardinal (female)
Northern Cardinal (female)

Other birds:

American Goldfinch
Dark-eyed Junco (female)
American Wigeon and Buffleheads
Red-breasted Merganser
American Goldfinch
Red-breasted Merganser (male)
American Goldfinch
Red-breasted Merganser (female)
American Goldfinch
Song Sparrow
Canada Goose
Ring-billed Gull
Great Blue Heron
Mallard (female)
Song Sparrow
Long-tailed Duck (male)
Great Blue Heron
American Wigeon (female)
Mourning Dove
American Black Duck (female)
Great Blue Heron
American Black Duck (male)
Great Blue Heron
American Black Duck (male)

Today’s groups:

10 am

1 pm

NATURE POETRY

To-night the winds begin to rise
And roar from yonder dropping day:
The last red leaf is whirl’d away,
The rooks are blown about the skies.      – Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809–92) 

Miles Hearn

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