Tuesday Teaser Answered

Yes, this bird is a Cedar Waxwing — you can tell by the red "waxy" wingtips and yelllow tip of the  tail. Thanks to all who got it right. We even saw a flock on Sunday's walk.

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  1. Herb Flavell

    A flock of 50 to 100 Cedar Waxwings arrive here on our farm in PA in late July. They like to gorge themselves on the many berry trees tat are taking over what used to be cow pasture. They like to roost in the many fir and Spruce trees in our back yard.Sometimes they lick sap from a Scotch Pine by our front stairs and supply many pictures.


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