Date: 5/27/19 12:19 pm
From: Phyllis Yaffie <pyaffie...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Trumpeter Swan and Cedar Waxwings
About 1:00 this afternoon at Abe Emerson Marsh in Candia, the Trumpeter
Swan was nicely visible from a distance, through a good pair of
binoculars. He did perform one wide wing spread for us.

However, the most entertaining were the Cedar Waxwings, must have been 8-10
of them, among the branches of the smaller trees right in front of the
parking area, next to the shore line. Beautiful and so close! Two were
sitting on a small dead log passing one red berry back and forth between
them many times. So cute. Would love to have had a video of that.

Phyllis Yaffie
Deerfield

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