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Old Friday 20th March 2015, 00:04   #1
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Cedar Waxwings

If anyone is interested in seeing Cedar Waxwings feeding, go to Arbor Place Mall in Douglasville , Ga. There are huge flocks feeding on red berries growing on trees in the mall parking lot.
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Along with over a hundred Robins, the Waxwings cleaned out our American Hollies recently. Sharp looking birds!
Any idea what the fruiting trees are?
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Along with over a hundred Robins, the Waxwings cleaned out our American Hollies recently. Sharp looking birds!
Any idea what the fruiting trees are?
Steve
I think it is a species of holly. It has red berries and about 30 ft tall.
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