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Emily Dickinson

Friday, December 2, 2011

Cedar waxwings flock to fruit and berries in winter

Cedar waxwings are robin-sized birds with a distinctive black mask. Photos by J.J. Meyer
Cedar waxwings are interesting to watch because they are gregarious birds that travel in noisy flocks. Read about them in The Orange County Register.
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