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Created 15-Sep-10
Modified 30-Apr-21
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Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum)

Cedar Waxwings love berries, they will fly back and forth for hours from a mulberry tree, eating the purple berries until they are stuffed.
They get their name from the red tips on their wings that looks like melted wax. Waxwings will often be in flocks and chatter in their high pitched calls.

Categories & Keywords
Category:Animals
Subcategory:Birds
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:Cedar, Pennsylvania, Waxwings, avian, berries, bird, birds, birds, eating

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