A Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) perched the very top branches of a dead tree.
This entry was posted on 2017/07/19 by Robin. It was filed under B.C., Birds and was tagged with Aldergrove, Bird, Cedar Waxwing, Jackman Wetlands, Nature, Waxwing.
Oh, all alone, but it makes a great photo Robin.
2017/07/19 at 8:50 am
Bob, thank you!
2017/07/19 at 8:55 am
WOW! That’s gorgeous. Nothing but blue sky and one beautiful bird.I’ve been away for a weeks that’s why I have not been commenting recently.
2017/07/19 at 7:37 pm
Ruth, thank you! Hope you had a great time with lots of good music!
2017/07/20 at 12:54 am
I did have a great time.Would be ready to go again in a heartbeat.
2017/07/23 at 12:59 am
I’m glad you enjoyed yourself! It’s certainly a summer treat to look forward too!
2017/07/23 at 3:10 am
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