Friday, 8 April 2011


There seems to have been a large intake of Waxwings in the UK, this winter. Despite this, I have not managed to see any until very recently.

I'll be honest, I've not really been trying to see them, as in the past, Waxwings and I have just sort of bumped into each other.

I got a text message from my wife last Friday, while she was at home and I was at work, to say that there were 34 Waxwings in next-door-but-one's garden, in a tree.

By the time I had finished work, they had gone, but returned just after tea-time. They were also there until mid-afternoon the follwing day but after that - gone. Presumably back home!

Waxwings - Bombycilla garrulus

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