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Cedar Waxwing

(Bombycilla Cedrorum)

Cedar waxwings are fruit eaters, and many of their habits are influenced by this fact. Flocks travel widely in search of fruiting shrubs or trees and often arrive suddenly in an area to exploit a crop of berries, disappearing again when the supply is exhausted. They nest late in the season, when a good supply of fruit assures sufficient food for their young, although like many fruit-eating birds they also eat inseats during the breeding season to obtain additional protein.

Author: Karney, Lee/USFWS

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