Thursday, 29 December 2016

Other Birds are Available

Once Waxwings have been sighted in an area the attention of most birders is focused entirely on them, and so other birds are often overlooked. These photos are just some of the other birds usually found wherever Waxwings are about, because they all like berry trees and particularly Rowans.

After the Waxwings, Redwings are probably be the next in line for photographs.

Mistle Thrushes always seem to be in the vicinity of Waxwings where they aggressively defend 'their' berry trees from all-comers.

And finally, the humble Blackbird - couldn't leave this one out.

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