Slideshow - A Tour of Bluffton

Cedar Waxwing SOPHIA SCHADE In her first time capturing a photo of a Cedar Waxwing, the photographer said she heard a flock of them before she saw them – “There must have been at least 50 of them!” Cedar Waxwings fly in large flocks and a high-pitched call. The name “waxwing” comes from the waxy red secretions found of the tips of the secondary feathers of some birds. The exact function of these tips is not known, but might help attract mates.

Welcome to the beautiful lowcountry and Bluffton, SC.

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