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Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Visiting Cedar Waxwings

I had a visit from a flock of 10-15 Cedar Waxwing. They have been in my neighborhood for over a month and I when the weather was warmer I would occasionally hear them as I drove by an area where they were eating. And they have been visiting my yard off and on during that same time period, feasting on my pyracantha (Firethorn) berries.

Cedar Waxwing are nomadic and "irruptive". Read more about them and see a great photo here

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