Waxwing and Late Season Berries

A.M. Ruttle

Jackson Hole, United States

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Artist's Description

Bohemian waxwings (Bombycilla garrulus, notice rufous tinged face) visit our butte from time to time scavenging for late season fruit left on the bushes and trees. They sweep in as a horde, raid the fruit, and are gone.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA. Canon 40D, Canon 600mm lens, Gitzo tripod w/ Wimberly II head. Views 433 as of 7 April 2011, thanks for stopping by!

Featured in:
- Featured for a Challenge, May 2012
- Nature In Its Entirety, December 2010
- “Americas” Rural, Urban, Wild, Free", December 2010
- Urban Wildlife, January 2010
- For the Love of Canon group, December 2009
- Photography 101, April 2009
Thank you so much!

Winner:
Top Shelf Wildlife challenge "As Winter Draws To An End, http://www.redbubble.com/silhouettes/challenges..., April 2011, thank you so much to all who voted!

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