Last Sunday morning I headed out on a solo bird watching trip. I stayed in the city and went to an area I have been to on Nature Regina outings. I typically spot several varieties of birds in this locale, and this excursion was no exception.
I observed sparrows, juncos, woodpeckers, robins, and a few mammals. While taking photos, a couple informed me of a congregation of Bohemian Waxwings not far away. Later on my walk I discovered the ear-full of waxwings feeding on a couple of trees. There were dozens of them. I captured the birds eating berries and drinking from puddles of water. I which I paid more attention to the type of tree they were at.