Date: 4/4/18 6:16 am
From: <tess...>
Subject: Re: [cayugabirds-l] Cedar Waxwings!
I had a flock of 40 or more last week all afternoon and spent some
time looking at them since they are such cool birds.  Oddly, not one
had even a drop of red "wax" on its wings.  I know juveniles don't
always show the red, so maybe the juvies flock up as a group and that
was what these were, but still no red whatsoever was surprising.  Did
you happen to notice if your birds had waxed wings?

Alicia

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From: Donna Lee Scott
To:"CAYUGABIRDS-L"
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Sent:Wed, 4 Apr 2018 12:45:38 +0000
Subject:[cayugabirds-l] Cedar Waxwings!

Big flock, 60-70 or more zooming around from tree to tree in my
Lansing Station rd yard. Visiting several cedar trees & nibbling on
berries that are left from last fall's voluminous crop.
I almost didn't look too closely because at first I thought they
were Starlings.

Donna Scott
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