Category Archives: Cedar Waxwing

Cedar Waxwings Are Everywhere!

Cedar Waxwings are everywhere!  I even witnessed the Cedar Waxwings chasing the Purple Martins, which I have never seen before. I’ve got two pictures to share.  One is a pair of Cedar Waxwings in my Maple tree.  One is facing the towards the front, the other facing towards the back.  These birds have some amazing […]

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Cedar Waxwings In Maple Tree

An ugly day for photography, but I couldn’t resist attempting to take a picture of a flock of Cedar Waxwings in my Maple tree.  It’s not uncommon for me to see these birds at this time during the year, and they frequently hang out in the trees behind my backyard in the woods.  It would […]

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Cedar Waxwings Sitting In A Tree

Seeing Cedar Waxwings in the trees just beyond my backyard is not uncommon.  Getting a picture of them is a whole different story. I got a little lucky today when there were 6 of them sitting in a tree.  This is one of Leecy’s favorite bird besides the Indigo Bunting. I plan on buying a […]

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Monarch Caterpillars, Cedar Waxwings, And Baby Chickadees

Just a brief update tonight since I am getting home late.  I’ll be posting lots of pictures this weekend, especially since we now have lots of Monarch Caterpillars. I just checked some of our Milkweed plants tonight, and many of them are covered in Monarch Caterpillars.  The picture below is just one plant (and not […]

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Cedar Waxwings And House Finch In Sweetgum Tree

I had a nice visitor yesterday that I met from the TexBirds Listserv.  We had hoped to spot the Black Headed Grosbeak I saw last week.  Unfortunately, we didn’t see many birds at all. I mentioned to Leecy that we did a little hike in the woods behind the house yesterday, so she wanted to […]

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Interesting Behavior From Pair Of Cedar Waxwings

The following pictures aren’t that great, but they are rather interesting. For the first time I’ve ever seen, we had several Cedar Waxwing birds in the trees behind the backyard.  What was really interesting, is that two of the birds, kept exchanging a seed back and forth. I was using my 300 f2.8 lens with […]

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Flock Of Cedar Waxwings At Lake Houston

Yet another new bird for me, or rather a flock of birds.  These are Cedar Waxwings. I saw this flock when I was taking pictures of the American Kestrel.  They were pretty far away (these shots are heavily cropped), but still pretty cool to see a whole flock of them.

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