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Ottawa, ON

March 17, 2008
7:34 PM

Post #4675314


Can anyone tell me what type of birds these are? A whole flock of them were at rest in a tree close to my backyard and I have never seen them around here before.


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Whiteside County, IL
(Zone 5a)

March 17, 2008
7:37 PM

Post #4675323

Ooo, lucky you. Looks like Bohemian Waxwings to me. Check out this thread:

Marlton, NJ

March 17, 2008
7:50 PM

Post #4675363

I agree! Heres a page on them.


Whiteside County, IL
(Zone 5a)

March 17, 2008
7:57 PM

Post #4675383

wish there were HERE!!!


Saugerties, NY
(Zone 5a)

March 17, 2008
7:59 PM

Post #4675390

how beautiful they are
Ottawa, ON

March 17, 2008
11:19 PM

Post #4676077

Oh thanks everyone! You are right, sure do look like Bohemian Waxwing. I will keep my eye out for them to come back.


Whiteside County, IL
(Zone 5a)

March 17, 2008
11:28 PM

Post #4676121

Cedar waxwings are similar, the main difference I always notice is the white on the wings.

More pictures please when they come back!!!
Weatherford, TX

March 17, 2008
11:59 PM

Post #4676218

I am so jealous! I have never seen Bohemian Waxwings. I saw Cedar Waxwings last spring. I had never seen them before in my life, and was so excited. Knew I had seen something special. I saw them again this spring 1 time and was thrilled to get a chance to see them again. They just pass thru and then they are gone from our area, I guess.
The Ozarks, MO
(Zone 5b)

March 18, 2008
1:31 AM

Post #4676555

How lucky your jealous am I!!
Ottawa, ON

March 18, 2008
2:31 PM

Post #4678186

I am so excited. They were back again today! And in the tree with them was one of the cardinals and blue jays that come for their daily peanuts. However, when I grabbed my camera the batteries were dead. Too bad. They're recharging now in hopes of another appearance!
Crossville, TN
(Zone 7a)

May 5, 2008
7:08 PM

Post #4910285

I hope you dont have any fruit trees.
The stripped thousands of cherries off our tree in less than 60 seconds.
Ottawa, ON

May 6, 2008
11:57 AM

Post #4913376

If that is what attracts them, I wish I had fruit trees so they would come back. LOL. But seriuosly, I think it was crab apple trees that they were sitting in.

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