Rockin Robins and Dancing Cedar Waxwings

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by dAwN FiNe on December 31, 2010 · 1 comment

in Birding North America

Howdee all,

Featured Bird Blogger of the week is on Holiday…

In its place are two videos for your viewing and listening pleasure..  I took these a few weeks ago while in North Carolina. Flocks of American Robin and Cedar Waxwings were coming in to eat
the Holly Berries and then to drink in the water dish I set out.
They entertained me with some Holiday dancing.
First up
Rockin Robins

Rockin Robins

and…… in the Holiday Spirit

Dance of the Cedar Waxwings

Dance of the Cedar Waxwings

Wishing you all

A Very Happy New Year

See you next week with Featured Bird Blogger of the Week

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