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bohemian waxwing today by Robert L. Roux

bohemian waxwing today


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21.01.2012 at 1:29h
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this permanent yukon resident model
was kind enough to allow a picture or three this afternoon
in the mid minus thirties (celsius;-)) ...
it was a beautiful day
( notice the icicles on the lower beak and frost over the eye ... ;-))

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Adele Oliver, 21.01.2012 at 1:58h

He is a brave little bird to overwinter in those frosty temperatures - icicles and all - his stance and expression even looks a bit cheeky :-)))
well captured, Robert - beautiful against the snow, and I think he looks very similar to our Cedar Waxwing.
Warm greetings from a wet Vancouver - yukkk !!
Adele



miraculix.xx, 21.01.2012 at 11:58h

It goes without saying that permanent Yukon residents are brave and tough and handsome! :-)))
Nice shot!



Leo_nid, 21.01.2012 at 14:39h

mid minus thirties is a death sentence for me
great capture of this fatty



s. sabine krause, 21.01.2012 at 15:18h

perched on his snow-crusted twig, puffed-up and proud a worthy yukon resident a kingdom for a his thermofluff ; ) which makes him so well-suited for survival in the yukon freezer! ; )) the pebble-like icicles under his beak make him look like a fairy-tale creature: "once upon a time, there was a bohemian waxwing who was very bohemian indeed, cherishing lofty dreams about visiting the far-away ocean one day and going for a swim with the walrusses, whom he both envied and adored. when the mighty creator heard about this wish, he was very amused by it and decided to grant at least part of it, by giving the unsuspecting bird a set of tusks. then, one cold january morning, the waxwing bent down for a sip of ice-cold creek water, spotted his reflection in the ice and was shocked to see he'd turned into a waxwing-walrus chimera" did he ever make it to the ocean? i'd like to think so, yes, but open end! ; )))) greetings, sabine.


Northbound, 23.01.2012 at 19:03h

I am hesitant whether to sympathize with the bird, the photographer, or both. Quite nippy!

A very handsome bird. Surprising that nature would not provide it with a more discreet winter coat. as such it is a boon not only to the photographer trying to spot it, but also to potential predators I presume.



fotopeter45, 24.01.2012 at 9:09h


you where lucky to be able shooting this beauty.
gr.peter



Birgit Pittelkow, 24.01.2012 at 13:01h

der muss schon ganz schön was aushalten bei der Kälte die bei euch ist.
Wunderbar getroffen, lG Birgit



Fotofan, 24.01.2012 at 13:35h

Ein wunderbares Bild .gefällt mir ausgezeichnet.liebe Grüße ulrich


Linda Herbert, 1.02.2012 at 17:42h

Beautiful shot of this brave little bird. Thank you for sharing it with us. Love seeing nature up this close. Warm greetings ~ Linda


MoniC CHAILLIER, 1.02.2012 at 21:56h

magnifique picture Robert !
salut ;-))
MoniC



fionnghall, 24.02.2012 at 1:12h

Beautiful shot
Br, Fingal



B. Walker, 6.04.2012 at 3:23h

Und ich hatte angenommen, sie ziehen wie die Cedar Waxwing im Winter alle nach Süden.
Diese treffe ich zurzeit noch immer bei uns in FL an.
LG Bernhard



Inez Correia Marques, 15.05.2012 at 19:43h

wow!! i see it now!
I have no idea what it is to live in this kind of weather dear robert!

Kiss from the south





 
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