Merry Christmas!

A ten picture slideshow of a Bohemian Waxwing adventure…

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  1. I love waxwings! How cool to see so many at one time!

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  2. How wonderful to see so many at once!! Merry Christmas!

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    1. Quite wonderful :-). Supposedly they do this every winter. I even saw a flock in my more urban neighbourhood the other day!

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      1. How wonderful! That only happened here last year. I hope they return again in March!

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  3. Aren’t they cute arranged on the spruce, like ornaments! This is quite a flock. Merry Christmas!

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    1. They were more bunched up in my other photographs but on this tree they decided on a somewhat symmetrical and decorative arrangement :-). I’ve heard the trilling chorus of a few more flocks since then. A nice winter treat.

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      1. I’m glad they are visiting you. I wish you a very happy New Year!

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        1. And a very happy New Year to you as well :-)!

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  4. Wow, that´s a completely new kind of Christmas tree decoration! 😉 Love it!!! Merry Christmas to you! 🎄

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    1. Thanks :-)! Maybe the birds were posing :-).

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  5. Wow! This is amazing. It’s Nature’s Christmas gift to you. Thank you for sharing with us. Love your dry brush too.

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    1. I’m so glad you enjoyed my photos, even the dry brush :-). Thank you. When I feel a bit needy, I go outside and nature always has a gift for me. She’s pretty swell that way!

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  6. This was a marvelous series, Myriam. What great luck to happen upon that flock!

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    1. Thanks Eliza :-). I’m so glad you enjoyed it. I never know what bird happenings I will see when I step outside! I’m still hoping to see the bobcat family in that park, but even without a bobcat sighting, I always seem to see something cool and new every time I go.

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