We're having a beautiful day here, today. So, I went outside to practice a bit, with my camera.
There was all this rustling in the big Cedar Elm in back. I used the zoom on the camera,
The Cedar Waxwings have arrived.
They were really chowing down on the berries on some mistletoe.
It's always interesting to me, that wildlife can eat things we can't.
Mistletoe berries would make us quite sick...if not worse.
But, these guys seem to not be bothered by them. In fact, they're quite content.
I've always thought of Waxwings as harbingers of Spring.
They usually came to the Mulberry trees behind our old place in April.
That was further north....about 200 miles further north.
So, what does it mean that they're here in January?
Hope you're having as beautiful day where you are, as we are here.