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Waxwing (Bombycilla garrulus) feeding on Berries

By chrismonks
The Waxwing is a Winter visitor to the UK and is usually found only in the east of the country where they come to escape the harsher weather on the Continent. It's very unusual to see them so far west and this chap was part of a flock of aroung thirty feeding on berries in the trees surrounding a Car Dealership. Very unusual location.

Tags: Wildlife and nature In focus high quality

Voters: prin, Mrsbass, Norfolkboy and 2 more


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Norfolkboy 10 1 4 England
23 Nov 2012 5:34PM
A super capture, Chris.
Colin

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