Was eating holly berries

by Kathie Kingery
(Chesterfield, VA)


There were a flock of them in Brandermill today (Chesterfield County)

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Feb 25, 2013
Cedar Waxwings NEW
by: Miss K's Photography

I am new to birding and I saw the Cedar Waxwing in a book but it said they have bright yellow tips on their tales.

Unless it is a very small tipping, I did not see that on this flock. They were very pretty in the holly tree.

Feb 25, 2013
Cedar Waxwings NEW
by: William Brown

Most certainly cedar waxwings.

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