At 2pm there was a mixed flock of about 200 Cedar and 80 Bohemian
waxwings visiting the flowering crabapple trees in the parking lot
behind the Middlebury College Museum of Art. I also saw a
Sharp-shinned Hawk take two unsuccessful runs at them. An adult Bald
Eagle flew by overhead as well showing no interest in either crabapples
On Sun, 24 Jan 2016 14:53:27 -0500, "Ian A. Worley" wrote:
Well, actually a chorus of rather buzzy trills all searching for the
Just now, 69 Bohemian Waxwings lounging atop a couple of walnut trees
behind the house. Unlike the common comment of late "I searched for a
Bohemian among the Cedar Waxwings," I can say .....
.... I searched for a Cedar Waxwing among the Bohemians, but no luck.