Cedar Waxwing With An American Robin photo by Larry Jordan
There was a flock of American Robins I noticed as I was exiting the parking lot at work, in an oak tree. So I stopped to take some photos. When I looked through the camera, I saw some Cedar Waxwings too. I observed them for a few minutes and noticed that there were two separate flocks, hanging out together, flying back and forth across from the oak tree to some trees near the hospital building where I work.
I came out at lunch time with my camera in the hope of getting some more photos. It was a gorgeous day and there were picnic benches right below this berry bush where I got many more good captures of both the waxwings and the robins.
If anyone out there knows what kind of berry bush this is, I would sure like to know. It was about 12 feet tall and had these blue berries all over it that the birds were going crazy for. I will post some of the shots of them scarfing down the berries later.
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