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First Waxwings

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Old Wednesday 15th February 2006, 12:45   #1

Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: South Carolina
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First Waxwings

I had a great day yesterday. As I was driving to my sons school I saw a Red-tail fly over and land in a tree next to the road so I pulled over. Of course I also keep my camera close and I decide to take a few photos - see attached photo - he's a great looking bird. Well, as I was taking the photos a small group of Cedar Waxwings flew into the tree right next to me. I know this probably isn't very exciting for most but it was a lifer for me. Somehow I also seem to miss them. I'm very excited!!! Have a great day.

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