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Cedar Waxwings

We had several activity-filled days in Chicago.  For one of the days, we went to the Baha’i House of Worship in Wilmette, Illinois.  I’ll talk about the Baha’i House of Worship tomorrow, but for today I wanted to show you the waxwings that were outside the building.     itchy waxwings I was really happy […]

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Cedar Waxwings

I’m back, I’m finally back from California.  I’ve spent the last two nights working until midnight.  I really should be at work this weekend but my brain is done.  So I’m resting and focusing on birds.  I took some fantastic shots of Cedar Waxwings in Heber a few weeks ago.   You should zoom in […]

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Cedar Waxwings

Sorry for the lack of posts.  I haven’t taken a day off in weeks and even when I’ve managed to slip away to Farmington Bay for a few hours, it’s been raining, the inversion was so bad it hurt to breathe the air or I couldn’t find any birds.  So boo to you winter.  Boo […]

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Cedar Waxwings

When Jon and I first visited Utah, we saw Cedar Waxwings.  I wanted to post pictures of them, but I couldn’t get great shots.  A year later, armed with a new lens and a new camera body, I have the pictures! Waxwings are named for the tiny bits of red that appear and the tips […]

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