Winter Fruit and Suet

A week ago the Crabapple tree between our house and the house next door was loaded with Cedar Waxwings feeding on crabapples which still remain on the tree.

This morning, after a light snow fell, birds were scrambling for food.  The Crabapple tree was invaded once more and this time the Waxwings were joined by Robins, Jays and Towhees.

In addition, our suet feeders were a very popular spot.   Appearing in this clip are a Pine Warbler, Carolina Wren, Brown-headed Nuthatch, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, and  two Yellow-rumped Warblers.

2 thoughts on “Winter Fruit and Suet

  1. Stephanie Thomas

    So, I’m not going to log in to LIKE your blog post – could you just move this to Next Door? That’d be great. Thanks! 😀

    Love the video…looks like somewhere OTHER than the sunny south!

    I know you hate it but would you mind if I posted on Next Door that this blog is here…I think neighbors would enjoy it. I would just provide the link.

    On Sat, Jan 23, 2016 at 3:02 PM, the Intown Hawk wrote:

    > beveritt posted: “A week ago the Crabapple tree between our house and the > house next door was loaded with Cedar Waxwings feeding on crabapples which > still remain on the tree. This morning, after a light snow fell, birds were > scrambling for food. The Crabapple tree was ” >

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