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Old Saturday 8th July 2017, 21:57   #1
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Kenoza Lake Haverhill, Mass. USA

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Old Saturday 8th July 2017, 21:59   #2
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Cedar Waxwing. Beautiful shot.
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A beautiful Cedar Waxwing!
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BTW, they usually arrive in flocks so if you see one, there are plenty more around
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Well, the flocks are sometimes pretty small, particularly in early summer before the berries ripen. There's a pond near me where waxwings will come by in flocks of five or six, mostly catching insects midair and sometimes pausing to check the ripeness of the blueberries. They'll frequently spend just a few minutes at any one spot, but they'll tend to return to the neighborhood once or twice a day for a few days before moving on.
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