I am smitten.
They are 7 inches or 18 cm long. They are flocking birds.
*****Dear Q~Oh my goodness, I had no idea these birds were so colorful and beautiful. They are such sweet little tweets.These photographs are wonderful.L~ sprite
Dear Sprite,I was closer today when the Waxwings came. I had gone out to the deck to read and wait. Here they came in so I was able to take outside photos. I put apples out for them so if they come back tomorrow they will have a nice treat.I was very, very pleased with these photos.Ahhhh.....Sherry
Smitten, indeed! Who wouldn't be by these beauties! I haven't seen them in our back yard, but they made an appearance each year in the house my parents used to own. Lovely.Mary - thanks so much for your visit to my blog. Your comment was very welcome!
Another bird I haven't seen ... what a beauty!!
Hi Mary,I am very, very excited to have the Waxwings about. They are new to my gardens and I hope they become regular visitors. How fun for your parents to have them come every year.. You are welcome for comment. It is fun to have feedback.I will visit you again soon.Sherry
Dear Deb,Oh my stars, I am so very pleased. There are lots of different birds in Missouri, some I have never seen, like the Waxwings. In February I bought a stained glass piece of a Cedar Waxwing and added it to the list of birds to study.I have done some reading about them and now I get to watch them.Dreams can come true!Sherry
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