BEAUTIFUL SOUNDS

by Linda
(Saskatchewan Canada)


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Early afternoon today (-3C) in Saskatchewan, I heard a sound in the backyard that I had been waiting for. The sound of a flock of cedar waxwings.
They had finally arrived and had taken over the two apple trees in the yard. They sent the winter starlings packing from one tree and dined on frozen apples for quite some time.
The starlings ventured back and the waxwings decided to share.
What a beautiful sight on a sunny warm early winter day.

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