Tuesday, October 13, 2009

My Thanksgiving Walk ~ Juvenile & Adult Cedar Wax Wings Caught Having Dinner

Wow what a fantastic day I had yesterday. Perfect weather to head out for a walk before I made my Thanksgiving dinner. I hit the jack pot everyone this whole week will be filled with fabulous shots of gorgeous birds and Nature shots...I'm truly excited about it and I hope you are just as thrilled as I am with the shots I'm posting this week. In this series I have posted some beautiful Cedar Wax Wings having a fabulous time in this tree eating if you can believe this Wasps!!! In one of my shots I have an adult with a wasp in it's mouth....the Juveniles were doing the same things. Fabulous. The top posts are the Adults and the bottom 5 posts are the Juveniles. Tonight my friends I will catch up with all of your blogs to see what has been happening with all of you. Sorry I've been so busy and haven't come more often. But when I do I love everything I see. See all of you tonight and have a wonderful day.










































14 comments:

  1. Mmm... tasty vegetables on your title image! :-)
    Well,.. and bird is great too ;-)

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  2. I love to see these birds in photos. We don't have those here in Kentucky so whenever someone posts them I have to take a long peek at them. I'm glad your Thanksgiving was great Crista. I'll post some fall images later this week. Carol

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  3. Star bird and superbly captured Crista. FAB

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  4. Crista....this series is fantastic! That first shot is incredible....I love that expression!!

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  5. Sergey ~ Thank you!!! you made me smile today.

    Nefertiti,dessee NiLuNoah adoratrice d Aton ~ Thank you very much :)

    Carol really I didn't know that you didn't get Cedar Wax Wings...hmmm...well there are probably allot of birds you get that I will never see up here. I need to travel the world a little bit I would be in my glory to see all there is to see.

    Frank ~ Thank you my dear

    Kelly ~ Thank you it means allot to me that you like my bird shots...since your such an avid birder and take such great shots. Thank you again. :)

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  6. Beautiful photos! I don't think we have that kind of bird at this end of the country. Thanks for you comments on my blog!

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  7. Hi Crista,
    Gosh I almost missed this one!! How come? This is just a wonderful post with one of my favorite birds. The waxings are so beautiful and I love their song.... As Kelly said, the first shot is fantastic but I do love the whole set... What a lucky lady you are to be able to see them like this!!!! If we get a new storm from your area, please include waxings in the package ;-)

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  8. What gorgeous chaps! Lovely shots Crista.

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  9. Crista, beautiful once again! I am glad you had such a fantastic day my friend. Take care.

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  10. What a beautiful blog you have! I found you through Ribbon's blog. Your photos are stunning! I've added a link to this blog from my environmental blog, and hope that's OK with you.

    Best wishes from Wisconsin,
    Angela

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  11. Shelly ~ You take beautiful pictures and I love to comment on them. Thank you for your lovely comments my dear.

    Chris ~ Yes your right I was indeed a lucky lady I don't usually get this lucky...I was in the right place at the right time. Yes the next storm we send your way I will make sure a few birds are in there for you...I'll send you a telagram ;) LOL

    Maree ~ Thank you so much...they are lovely indeed.

    Cinner ~ I did I did indeed..thank you my friend.

    Angela Recada ~ I don't mind on little bit. Thank you for your wonderful comment on my blog...I appriciate that from the bottom of my heart...you added a smile onto my face today. Welcome to Nature-as-is.

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  12. what lovely photos, I love waxwings, ours don't have the little masks that the cedar waxwings have....

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  13. Crafty Green Poet ~ Thank you. I love them too such a stunning bird and they have a sweet call when they chat. Interesting that yours don't have the masks.

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