Here’s a photo of a cedar waxwing (bombycilla cedrorum) that I took last year. These birds never seem to hang around any one place for very long, which makes it hard to get pictures of them. I was using my Canon 1.4x extender when I took this shot, hence the long focal length. It helps you get closer at the expense of focusing ability (at least with the lens/camera combo that I was using).
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