Cedar Waxwing Invasion

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I had an invasion of Cedar Waxwings here at the house a couple of weeks ago. They were feasting on the Holly bush next to my porch. There had to have been at least 50+ of them flying around. Here are a couple of shots I was able to get with my D700, 70-200 F2.8 VRII and TC-20E II. (Boy, I miss my 300 f/2.8)

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Thanks Andreas, yes, they were cropped. Shot at 400mm and f/5.6 due to the TC, and not great light, so it was 1/500 I believe and most are ISO 2000-4000 (or maybe a bit higher). Hence the reason why I miss my 300 that I used to have. One day I'll buy another one.
 

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