Spring is just a week away and the local bird populations are becoming more active. Red-tailed hawks, robins, cedar waxwings make the trees and shrubs come alive in central Arkansas.


Red tailed hawk
Three red-tailed hawks and a black vulture spent a good five minutes surfing the updrafts from the south valley. At times, they remained perfectly still, balancing atop the columns of warm air.
cardinal in tree
Lone cardinal welcomes the morning sun one March morning.
Robin in the bush
Curious robin peers into the office windows.
Robin and waxwing
This robin and cedar waxwing were part of a group of both birds that swarmed the bushes just outside my office window.
Robin and waxwing prepare for departure as the swarm moves on.






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