Posts Tagged ‘Cedar Waxwings’

Cedar Waxwing – look’n at ya

March 5th, 2011 | Posted by William Crain | No Comments
What a fun day this was – lots of different species come for the water dish. i hope to have running water someday. It has really boosted my bird species ...

Cedar Waxwing one of the prettiest of all birds

March 5th, 2011 | Posted by William Crain | No Comments
i’m hoping a male Cedar Waxwing visits – in fact i’m hoping a giant flock lands in my birding sanctuary that’d be way kewl. They are one of the latest ...

Cedar Waxwing at the year round Water Dish

March 5th, 2011 | Posted by William Crain | No Comments
This appears to be a female Cedar Waxwing…the Eye Stripe ends at the eye whereas the black liner goes beyond the eye of the Male. Enjoying some water in my birding ...

Cedar Waxwing in my backyard

March 5th, 2011 | Posted by William Crain | 1 Comment
Bird Watchers Bonus ! Traveling with a ‘mix-of-flocks’ this female Cedar Waxwing graced my bird sanctuary. Called Waxwings due to a waxy substance that appears at the tips of their secondary ...