Date: 2/24/17 1:46 pm From: Charles Anderson <cmanderson...> Subject: Re: Cedar Waxwings
If you want to see cedar waxwings by the hundred, head to Western Hills Park inLittle Rock. Ruth and I are seeing lots of flicks right now.
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> On Feb 23, 2017, at 7:17 PM, Cynthia Patton <00000151b1cba27b-dmarc-request...> wrote:
> In Fayetteville, Washington County, NW AR we had a flock of between 80-100 last Sun. In our front yard spread among 4 trees. My husband has seen two big flocks since then.
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>> On Feb 23, 2017, at 3:57 PM, Daniel Mason <millipede1977...> wrote:
>> Cedar waxwings are one of those birds, like robins, that migrate but can be found in AR year round. Not sure where in central AR you are but I pulled up a bar chart from pulaski county. http://ebird.org/ebird/GuideMe?cmd=decisionPage&getLocations=counties&counties=US-AR-119&yr=all&m= >> Looks like they're not reported as often in the summer there. Here in Benton county they're here year round for sure but do seem to come in waves during migration. I'm not sure if that migration is happening yet but I did see a handful of them just the other day. On that bar chart I linked, it looks like Mar through Apr they are reported more often so things should pick up for them soon.
>>> On 2/23/2017 3:50 PM, Keith de Noble wrote:
>>> Good afternoon. Has anyone spotted Cedar Waxwings yet? I've heard they may be migrating through central AR.
>>> Keith de Noble
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