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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Cedar Waxwing

The Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla Cedrorum) is a medium sized North American bird.

Cedar Waxwing

This pretty bird has a black face-mask with white trim, a tan colored body, pale yellow belly, gray tail with bright yellow tips, and a hard to see red waxy-tipped feathers on their wings.  They measure about seven inches long.

After enjoying the taste of the sweet grapes at Sweet Cheeks Winery,
it was time for a dip in the fountain as a yellow finch watches all the excitement.

Time for a drink of water.


These birds primarily consume fresh berries and other fruits that are high in sugar content, but will also eat flowers and insects.  They can be seen year-round, usually where there is an abundance of fresh fruit.


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