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.

23 thoughts on “Waxwings in the Netherlands

  1. Superb, I’ve kept my eye open for these birds in the winter but so far no luck, not to worry though, this film gives a great look at them! Thank you. SN.

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