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Friday, July 19, 2013

Cedar Waxwing Preens

 
For simple elegance, it's hard to beat the cedar waxwing. This one was very busy keeping himself clean and neat.

cedar waxwing

cedar waxwing

cedar waxwing

cedar waxwing

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6 comments:

Secondary Roads said...

Elegant for certain. Perhaps even with an appearance of exotic.

Perhaps the mask hints of the Lone Ranger?

Lin said...

I love those birds! I get them here every so often.

rainfield61 said...

Enjoy your work.

Play during your work.

Ann said...

definitely an elegant looking bird. I've never seen one other than in pictures

Sharkbytes said...

Chuck- they do look somewhat exotic

Lin- the mostly show up here when the mulberries ripen

rainfield- I try to be cheerful- it throws everybody off

Ann- really? I would think they are near you

Dennis the Vizsla said...

hello sharkbytes its dennis the vizsla dog hay verry pritty bird!!! i hope it is a kwiet bird unlike say the feerful parakeet!!! and i hope it duz not fly too close to the sun such that its wax wings melt like wot happend to the unfortchoonat hyooman waxwing icarus!!! ok bye

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