Friday, May 21, 2010
Last week when city birdwatching was slow, I took a jaunt into the Mini Golf Course at Pippy Park. On the road in I noticed birds flying all about. I stopped the car to size it all up. Much to my surprise there was a flock of Cedar Waxwings and American Robins feeding on the remaining, dried-up berries on the trees.
I was able to take some shots from the car window. Then, I parked my car and crept back into the zone. They were still there and not too concerned about me. It made for a great opportunity to look them over, watch their behaviour and take some shots.