Today around 5pm, we had a flock of ~ 20 cedar waxwings feeding in the cedar trees - such beautiful birds!  Photos can be found at:

Didn’t see any bluebirds today, but there’s clear evidence they’re using several nestboxes to roost in at night.

Just before sunset, one of the Barred Owls that nest in the woods behind us, sat in the cedar trees, watching the bird feeders.  The birds didn’t seem bothered at all.  It’s always interesting to see such behavior.

Dan Getman, Kirksville in northeast MO

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