Wildlife : Birdwatching - 1190 šŸ¦

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šŸ¦‰ The Bohemian waxwing (Bombycilla garrulus)

šŸ“š Bombycilla bombux (Greek) silk, cilla (Latin) tail
šŸ“š garrulus lat .: garrire to chatter, babble, chirp, garrulus chatty, chirping, noisy; ax prone to

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These birds can be seen with the onset of cold weather, or in mid-October. They are nomadic birds, and fly from north to south, visiting forests, parks, and cities in large flocks. Oh, it's not for nothing that they got such a Latin scientific name. Birds in flight and sitting in trees often produce sounds of which there is only a single copy in their repertoire.
Sitting in a large flock on a tree, these sounds become loud. By the way, the bird is not very mobile, and they like to just sit on the branches for a long time.

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