9 comments on “Connected by Waxwings

  1. Beautiful photos and article. Took me back to my childhood in Ohio where we celebrated the rare waxwing sighting in a berried bush in our yard (altho I don’t remember the wheezing!). Doubt there is much chance of that in AZ these days…..but what a nice connection to you two, so far away. Thanks for sharing with us!

    • Glad to get a note from you, Maureen. This spring, we’re watching a patch of land where we’ve seen great tits, rosefinches, waxwings and wagtails being converted into a parking lot. No, the new lot is not as beautiful as the piece of natural world it is replacing.

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