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Saturday morning while I was making breakfast, Greg happened to notice a group of birds in a mountain ash tree.
He grabbed the binoculars and identified them as Bohemian Waxwings.
He got busy snapping pictures- taking 107 pictures! Here are some of the better photos.
These birds travel in nomadic groups and breed in the northernmost coniferous forests of Europe, Asia, and western North America.
Their diet consists mainly of berries.
I know this little guy isn't a waxwing, but he was just too cute to leave out!