We caught five Cedar Waxwings this week at one of our offsites, my first ever in-hand. There was a flock of over a hundred in the area, but only a few seemed low enough to make it into our nets, a few others even bounced out.
I'm not sure what's going on with the lighting in this photo, but look at the WAX! Amazing.
We've caught more swallows this season than I ever have before, all of which were Tree Swallows, except for this one female Violet-green.
Tree Swallow looking minuscule next to these hands.
Swamp Sparrows are around, but not too common, so catching two new ones this season has been a nice surprise.
A messy looking Yellow-rumped Warbler.