This afternoon a flock of over 40 Bohemian Waxwings were feeding on high bush cranberries in Etna. The bushes were very near the road and every time a car would come by they would flee in mass to the top of a tall twin pine. I would then wait with frozen hands and cold feet for them to return. I put a small gallery of other winter visitors HERE.
These birds were less than a half mile from where I earlier saw a mink and muskrat.