Waxwings in the Netherlands


This video says about itself:

A flock of Waxwings drink from a hole in the ice. The flock was filmed on the canal at Crossflatts, near Keighley, West Yorkshire, UK in the winter of 2010 and 2011 when there was a significant influx of this species.

Today, a group of about twenty Bohemian waxwings, near the fire brigade building in the north-west of Leiden, the Netherlands. They were eating berries, and attracted wildlife photographers.

Photos are here.

And here.

A sound recording is here.

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