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Brian Cunningham

Granbury, TX, USA


Cedar Waxwing still around Texas in March



Cedar Waxwing

Cedar Waxwing high in a Pecan tree

5 responses to “Cedar Waxwing”

  1. Kaelis N. says:

    I’ve always wanted to see one of those!!!!

  2. thegbird says:

    so have i!!!!!

  3. Coco Quinn says:

    I see them all the time around here, where do you live? I live in Texas, that’s probably the reason!

  4. Kaelis N. says:

    I live in Wisconsin.

  5. Coco Quinn says:

    That’s odd. Two species of waxwings are found in Wisconsin – the cedar waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) and its larger cousin, the Bohemian waxwing.Cedar waxwings are very social and flock year-round, even during courtship, breeding and nesting when other birds abandon their wandering ways. It probably depends on where exactly you live, but you don’t have to tell me that. 🙂 Have you seen one before?

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