I had a few hours spare today, so decided to try and catch up with a few more of the Waxwings which are currently invading the UK. There has been a flock of 30+ birds at one location in the Ribble Valley for a few days now and they proved easy to track down.
The Waxwing (Bombycilla garrulus) is one of those birds that you can't resist photographing no matter how many images you have on file, there will always be room for a few more.
Still not able to get the best lighting conditions today as I was pressed for time, but non the less I was pleased with the images from today.
For the photographers these were all taken on the Nikon D3s with the 600mm F4 VR Nikkor.