~At the watering Hole

who knows where they’re from

north to south they come

 for food and warmth

they fly back and forth

to eat and drink

I sit and think

how lovely

and of they’re journey

~In between the lagoons in Dead Horse Ranch State Park is a grove of trees, mostly Cottonwoods. There is a watering hole there that is man-made and fed by the river. The birds flock to this area to eat and drink.

I was surprised to see this Phainopepla.

Phainopepla

This is the first Waxwing I have seen all week.

Western Blue Birds and Cedar Waxwing

 

Happy Birding!

 

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