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  • Lorie Moore

    Cedar Waxwings Brought to you by Cookies In Bloom and Hannah's Caramel Apples www.cookiesinbloom.com www.hannahscaramelapples.com

  • Digipixture

    Cedar Waxwings #animals

  • Loretta Gaston

    Cedar Waxwings These beautiful birds would stop by my home in NJ on their flyway to the warm south in the fall each year when I was a kid. We had a Mimosa tree in our front yard I have seen full of these Waxwings. That was 50+ years ago. I wonder if they still migrate through that area of NJ.

  • Joanne Hester

    The Cedar Waxwing is a member of the family Bombycillidae or waxwing family of passerine birds. It breeds in open wooded areas in North America, principally southern Canada and the northern United States.

  • Deb Tort

    The Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) named for its wax-like wing tips. It is a native of North and Central America.

  • Silvia Bava

    Cedar Waxwings birds ♫

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