The real treat was Sunday morning, when I opened the door to discover a flock of 50+ Bohemian Waxwings. In contrast to the newly arrived bluebirds, these winter residents were clearing out the mountain ash trees in our neighbours' yards - presumably getting ready to move north to breed.
|Bohemian Waxwing, Bombycilla garrulus, in Mountain Ash|
|"Hey handsome, how about sharing some of those berries"|
|"Anything for a fine looking mate. Here you go gorgeous."|
|"So, my nest or yours?"|
|"See you later sucker!"|