Cedar Waxwings are back
Just when I was afraid that the cedar waxwings weren't returning this year, they reassured me with their presence.
With the sound like a soft breeze, they fly in a flock of at least fifty birds from tree to tree.
In the top photo some of them are resting on a neighbor's very tall juniper tree.
Feasting on berries in a group of juniper trees.
Four of the waxwings huddled together on a branch of another neighbor's magnolia tree.
From the magnolia tree they flew to the redwood tree next door, chirping in very high pitch.