Our Western Soapberry Tree is the big attraction for them. Can you see all the berries on our roof?
These gorgeous birds stop on their migration route just a few days each year for a nice big meal.
Don't they have pretty masks and crests?
Surprisingly polite, they seldom argue or snatch from their buddies.
Cedar Waxwings tend to feed quite nicely side by side.
Once the berries are gone, so are the Cedar Waxwings.
What's happening in your back yard?
Hello, wonderful captures of the beautiful Waxwings. They are one of my favorite birds. I wish I saw them more often. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend! PS, thank also for the comment on my post.ReplyDelete
They are such a pretty bird. We see them here in the winter. Enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Cedar Waxwings!ReplyDelete
I see them occasionally here in northeast Mississippi as they migrate.
Have a wonderful weekend!
I have never seen these in my yard but I sure would love to.ReplyDelete
Cedar waxwings are such stunning birds! What fun capturing them on the roof gathering these berries!ReplyDelete
I'd never heard of the bird or the tree -- but seeing them made me smile! xo KathleenReplyDelete
They are a beautiful bird. I haven't seen any here but we're suppose to have some. I have to look harder.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! They always look so mysterious to me with their masks!ReplyDelete