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!
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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!