Cedar Wax-wings

by Joanne Bilecki
(Red Deer, Alberta)

Cedar Waxwings

Cedar Waxwings

My husband captured this lovely picture of a flox of Cedar Wax-wings in front of our house.



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Beautiful.

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Mar 11, 2013
Wow! NEW
by: GaryE

That picture is once in a lifetime . . . that is just awesome and I am quite jealous . . . I have only ever seen one Cedar Wax-wing and that was for about 20 seconds at my heated bird bath a few weeks ago.

Congratulations!!!


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