Calvert Cliffs State Park, MD April 20, 2014
Probably two hundred flitting around on this block this morning. Hard to count with their busy behavior. Eating from the plentiful seed capsules in the Eucalyptus sideroxylon (Red Ironbark, or, Mugga) trees.
Flock flew overhead and landed in live oak trees near house.
Heard in trees around the EEC, along the Pine Tree Trail, and in Laurel Creek canyon.
Flocks are massing for migration.
Dead in the yard. Maybe it hit a window.
13 in trees eating insects. I saw one in a tree, it had just caught an insect and was sitting in the branches. I was able to walk within 12 inches of the bird and it did not fly away. Amazing!
upon my return from Cattail pond. I observed ~100+ Cedar Waxwings perched in tree tops. The flap of their wings in unison caused a buzz like sound
Some birds I don't know what they were.