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Cedar Waxwings on Twenty Seventh Street

Cedar waxwings tend to hang out in groups and I never know when I’m going to see them. This morning, Tuffy P left for work, got as far as the car and came right back. “Red alert – cedar waxwings!” They were in our locust and in the crab apple next door, and they were flying over a few at a time to grab some rose hips from the wild rose bush beside the driveway. I grabbed the camera and went out in my slippers, no jacket, to snap a few shots.

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