I’ve only seen Cedar Waxwings in Vancouver once before. In the snowy winter of 2017 they appeared very fleetingly on a crabapple tree-lined street near us.
One morning in February there was a whole flock — and all gone the very next day.
Cedar Waxwing, East Vancouver, February 2017
Ever since, I keep an eye open for them when I walk the dog down that street.
No luck … until this week! I first spotted those little crests, bright yellow tail tips and Zorro masks on Tuesday.
Ironically, we’d wanted to go out to the Reifel Bird Sanctuary that day, but had left it too late to make a reservation. I was, therefore, feeling a bit glum when I set out on the usual walk around the ‘hood — same old, same old …
Just goes to show something or other, because if we’d gone to the bird sanctuary I…
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