A GOOD WINTER FOR VISIT'S FROM CEDAR WAXING

by Shirl Abrahamson
(Jacksonville,North Carolina)

I took these yesterday. I love these beautiful birds.

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Jan 28, 2013
Cedar Waxwings
by: Judy-Seattle

Lucky you! I have never seen that many Cedar Waxwings at one time. What kind of berries are they eating? In my yard I have a Mountain Ash tree. They love its red berries in the fall.

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