Tag: cedar waxwing

Robins and Cedar Waxwings

Around this time of year, the robins and cedar waxwings arrive together to eat any berries they can find on the local vegetation. I have taken my best cedar waxwing photos around this time of year. Regis managed to take some nice pictures of… Continue Reading “Robins and Cedar Waxwings”

Least Sandpipers

Yesterday, we went to the Palencia Boardwalk to see the wildlife. This is a boardwalk in our community that is about 3/4 of a mile long over the salt marsh and some islands in the salt marsh. There are a variety of habitats, therefore… Continue Reading “Least Sandpipers”

Cedar Waxwings and Other Gifts of the Day

Regis and I like to explore the wildlife happenings along our 3/4 mile street. You never know what you are going to find. Regis focused on alligators today. I was fortunate enough to see about 100 cedar waxwings perched in a tree. They are… Continue Reading “Cedar Waxwings and Other Gifts of the Day”