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Cedar waxwing

Bombycilla cedrorum


In the late autumn, the cedar waxwings and American robins visit the red cedar trees to eat the juniper berries. We recently had about 11 inches of snow, which is unusual for the central part of our southern state, and this brought the cedar waxwings back. They were gleaning the trees to find the uneaten berries.


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Maria dB
Maria dB 2 years ago

Gracias, maplemoth662! Pajaros elegantes!

maplemoth662 2 years ago

un hermoso pajaro....

Maria dB
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Maria dB

North Carolina, USA

Spotted on Jan 8, 2018
Submitted on Jan 30, 2018

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