Cedar Waxwing

While photographing warblers from the kayak the other day, I was quite surprised to have a Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) fly into a dead tree about 100-feet, or so away from me.  I have never seen a Cedar Waxwing in my area before, although I have seen groups of them at a NWR located about 125 miles north of me.  But this appeared to be a single bird visiting the area.  I grabbed a few quick shots, before the waxwing decided to move on.  Hoping they are adding my local area to their itinerary and I’ll see more in the next few days!

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