|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Easily identifiable by the black mask, Cedar Waxwings are found throughout North America. Medium sized and sleek looking, waxwings gather in large flocks in the autumn to eat berries. |
They are found in mixed habitats including woodlots, orchards, parks and suburban backyards and gardens.
Unfortunately in this picture I did not get the bright yellow tail tip, hopefully next time!
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- [2011-10-30 19:40]
Awesome capture of this gorgeous Cedar waxwing. This bird has eluded my camera so far, but hopefully one day I'll be able to capture an image as beautiful as yours.
Superb detail and stunning natural coloration. The little berry is an added bonus to this fine shot. Great work!!
- [2011-10-31 3:10]
splendid image of this bird in a fantastic position!
Great sharpness and fine detail, very beautiful shades of colour. Well done!
Thanks for sharing
allways a great subject to look at, and your pic is really well taken.
- [2011-11-03 16:56]
Excelente foto de qualidade muito boa, com cores e nitidez firmes meus parabéns por esta bela imagem.