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Cedar Waxwings These beautiful birds would stop by my home in NJ on their flyway to the warm south in the fall each year when I was a kid. We had a Mimosa tree in our front yard I have seen full of these Waxwings. That was 50+ years ago. I wonder if they still migrate through that area of NJ.
The Cedar Waxwing is a member of the family Bombycillidae or waxwing family of passerine birds. It breeds in open wooded areas in North America, principally southern Canada and the northern United States.
The Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) named for its wax-like wing tips. It is a native of North and Central America.
Cedar Waxwings birds ♫
Chinese Golden Pheasant
fan, light, color change, contrasting, skirt, pleats, movement
Waxwing..always with a berry in it's mouth
I love this picture. I love a blue Spruce.... (Cedar Waxwing in Blue Spruce)
God has used this kind of bird to tell me not to worry. He'll take care of things:)
I painted a picture of a cedar waxwing years ago. One day God gave me the scripture about not worrying , doesn't he take even take care of birds. I decided to put the script on the painting . The next week I was visiting a local church and on the front of their bulletin was a pic of a cedar waxwing and the exact same scripture. A year ago , have troubles financially and marital as well , I looked out and their were a male and female waxwing on my deck. I'd never seen one here before. Again , God saying I've got this covered. Now I am going thru something troublesome and I get a pinterest e-mail, open it and this is the picture. Thanks God
God does give us what we need just when we need it if only we trust Him. If he takes care of the little birds how much more does He love and take care of us? Enough to send His son for our eternity!
Bohemian Waxwing I had these stop and strip my 6 Savannah hollies one winter...beautiful birds.
Cedar Waxwing visit my no fruit bear crabapple trees every spring. Can't wait for the flock to arrive!
Is this the cedar waxwing? It looks like the bohemian
You might be right, they are quit similar
Cedar Waxwing.....these gorgeous creatures are in my back yard garden!
☀Cedar waxwing by Mike Lentz Photography on Flickr*
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