Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2009 05:46:45 -0800
Reply-To: Dan Furbish <peterbilt.birder@YAHOO.COM>
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From: Dan Furbish <peterbilt.birder@YAHOO.COM>
Subject: 100 Cedar waxwings and Ruby crowned kinglets,
Lithia Springs 2/20/9
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85 to 100 Cedar waxwings, all gorging themselves on privet bushes along Lynch Rd, off
Blairs Bridge Rd in Lithia Springs this morning 2/20/9.
Their yellow "wax" on the terminal band of their tails and the red "wax" on their wings were
SO colorful in the sun's orange/yellow glow just after dawn .
This is the largest number of waxwings I've ever seen in one group.
2 Carolina chickadees
3 Ruby crowned kinglets, were in with the waxwings.
Wednesday night (2/18/9) after the thunder-storms moved out,
near the same area.... a pair of Great Horned owls did a duet .
Truckin' thru 5 southern states in a big rig,
and birding whenever I can : )
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