Cedar Waxwings () are beautiful birds with a distinct pattern of brown, gray and yellow feathers. They are known as “waxwings” because of the waxy secretions that color the tips of their secondary feathers red. This bird was photographed at Hawley Bog, north of Hawley, Mass.
(via: USFWS_Migratory Birds)
At Hideaway, in Denmark WA, it is apparently so relaxing that even the birds forget to bird for a while and just snuggle.
Two beautiful common ravens that followed our car for a bit in the Petrified Forest National Park
Feral Pigeon ~ Straßentaube ~ Columba livia forma domestica
2014 © Jesse Alveo
Yes that’s right secretary bird, you heard right! Tomorrow there will be several more posts highlighting your fabulous snake kicking, sexy legs, and awkward walk.