Ibis,Peregrines,Waxwings

White-faced Ibis chicks feeding, Peregrine falcons exchanging prey in mid-air, Hooded Oriole and Cedar Waxwings all photographed recently.

White-faced Ibis feeding chicks
White-faced Ibis feeding chicks
Cedar Waxwings pair
Hooded Oriole
Peregrine Falcons food exchange mid-air
Peregrine Falcons food exchange mid-air

Peregrine Falcons food exchange mid-air
Peregrine chasing Pelican

Spring Birds Feeding

The Cedar Waxwings are feeding on my Mulberry Tree and the Acorn Woodpeckers are fighting over the acorns that they have stored in a tall Washingtonia palm tree. The Waxwings require a blind as they are very skittish and all fly away at the slightest noise or sight of a human. Then I have to wait for 30 min to an hour for them to come back.

Cedar Waxwing
Cedar Waxwings
Cedar Waxwing on Mulberries
Cedar Waxwing
Cedar Waxwings
Western Tanager
Acorn Woodpeckers and Palm
Acorn Woodpeckers defending acorns
stored in Palm trunk
Phainopepla male
Spotted Towhee