Saturday, October 22, 2016

Day 296 - 22nd October 2016 - Yellow Rumped Warblers, Common Yellowthroat and Cedar Waxwing

October is quickly flying by. Warm, windy and wet morning. The internet comes and goes  with the weather. Soon time to leave my book and tackle some housework and cooking. Although the rain on the roof makes you want to curl back up with a cup of tea and read the day away. Too much to do - need to start tackling the fall cleaning, tomorrow if it clears will be a day to go chase some birds - hopefully. Maybe the wind will send us something interesting. So many things I need to get done in the next couple of months.  Maybe we'll venture to town later to do some grocery shopping.

 There are still a few Yellow-Rumped Warblers around.
 Often you can find one or two even in the winter along the coastal areas.
 Common Yellowthroat Warbler.
Silhouette of a Cedar Waxwing - you can see the yellow tips on his tail.

Enjoy your day!

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