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Matt Bohan

Lansing, MI, United States

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Upon moving into our house about ten years ago we planted loads of trees and shrubs specifically to attract birds. Every year, late in the winter the cedar waxwings come in to the eat the berries on our viburnum. I’m able to use our garage as a photo blind while they gorge themselves on the berries.

Canon 30D Tamron 200-400mm ISO 400 1/200 @ f7.1 +1/3

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Cedar Waxwing And Viburnum Berries

Cedar Waxwing and Viburnum Berries

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