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Surprise, surprise, I thought the Cedar Wax Wings stopped migrating through this area in early January. However, a group of about 75+ stopped by today for a mid-morning snack, before heading further south. As I said in an earlier post, I've been trying to photograph these birds for the past 3 years and this month I've been lucky enough to photograph them twice. The looks of these birds just fascinates me. The smoothness of their feathers, coloring, and the masked face are so interesting.
As an aside, I'm not very knowledgeable when it comes to plants, trees, and shrubs. Can someone tell me what tree this is? The seeds/fruit?, appear to look like a bunch of miniature grapes.
This past week I have been able to add three new bird species to my list of "birds I have photographed".
They are the Orange Crowned Warbler, Cowbird, and Male Redwing Blackbird. The photos aren't the best, but, as I learn more about their habits my photographs should improve. Practice makes Perfect...
This makes for a total of 48 species that I have photographed mostly in the Brownwood, Tx area. My goal is to get to 50 species this year. On my list of birds in the area for this year are the Caracara, Osprey, and Perigrine Falcon that have been spotted at Lake Brownwood.
Several of the species are photos of captured birds that I would like to get photos of in the wild. Screech Owl, American Kestrel, and Horned Owl
I have posted most of my photos on Flickr. To view CLICK on this link https://flic.kr/ps/2AtsoN