A flock of 40+ Cedar Waxwings were eating the honeysuckle berries off the bushes in front of the house. It quite a challenge to get any good shots. The birds were quickly flitting from berry to berry, the light was constantly changing, and it was really windy. The branches were dancing and swirling in every direction and my fingers were freezing! It was so worth it because we don't see them often and they are such fun to watch. Click on the photo to enlarge, use the back arrow key to see the rest of the images of these beautiful birds.
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