A Cedar Waxwing poses for its Camera Critters Portrait
Although common in our area the Waxwings are not frequently seen. In this case a small flock was perched in the branches of a dead Lombardy Poplar and allowed my wife & I to walk by on an evening stroll. Little did the bird know that soon its image would be seen around the world.
For Critters of all kinds visit our friend Misty and CAMERA CRITTERS