On the Tip of My Tongue


We sat and watched as a large group of Cedar Waxwings moved in and polished of bush after bush of these dark berries in one of our local birding haunts. With just one berry left remaining on this bush this bird pull off a berry and has it just on the tip of their tongue.

20 thoughts on “On the Tip of My Tongue

  1. Boots on the Trail

    Tongue as spear – great shot! We have robin flocks on Roxy Ann Peak now, but, if we’re lucky (in varies widely by year) these may give way to flocks of waxwings. We also have the oak titmouse, whose little crest gets it mistaken for a waxwing if we’re not looking carefully.

    1. Hi both the robins and the waxwings we working over this patch of dried berries. The robing we defending it but to little avail as they were outnumbered by the waxwings this day.

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