Today we enjoyed our morning coffee watching a flock of Cedar Waxwings (and a robin) eating a breakfast of Washington Hawthorne berries.
I love how these birds have such precise markings: an elegant black and white mask, the scarlet droplets on the wings, and topped off with a lemon-yellow dipped tail.
It must be fall, and that reminds me...I need to get my bird-feeders cleaned and stocked– Project FeederWatch begins on November 8th!
Whether you are a bird enthusiast or a casual bird-watcher, this is a fun and low commitment way to support citizen science and gather valuable data for Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Brought to you by the same folks who sponsor the Great Backyard Bird Count!