It Tossed Back Its Breakfast
They were hidden from view by the dense foliage, yet the flock of Cedar Waxwings’ high-trilling, soft murmurings came from seemingly everywhere in the fruit-laden chokecherry bushes. The gentle prattle amongst the birds were contact calls … the way members of a “bird herd” stay in touch with one another. Vocalizing was only temporarily interrupted for this Cedar Waxwing as it suddenly popped into view. Greedily it tossed back its breakfast.
~ Anecdote and Cedar Waxwing capture, It Tossed Back Its Breakfast © Jerry L. Ferrara