Cedar Waxwings

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Cedar Waxwings
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By Chuck Cagara

Saturday was a beautiful Spring day to be out for a picnic.

Apparently, these Cedar Waxwings thought so too as they dined on juicy loquats.

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Phantom Blot Apr 01, 2019 10:20 AM
Cedar Waxwings

What do you suppose she’s scolding that scoundrel about? Probably nothing my wife has not had cause to chew my ears off about. Just sayin....

Flicka Apr 01, 2019 09:17 AM
Cedar Waxwings

Beautiful birds, lovely photos. Thanks

bas4241 Apr 01, 2019 08:37 AM
Cedar Waxwings

We get about 30 of these in our back yard every year. They hang out by our large toyon bush and eat the berries. They stay for about a week and then they are suddenly gone. I also used to see a lot of them at Lake Los Carneros as a kid....

Sprigofsage Mar 31, 2019 03:47 PM
Cedar Waxwings

Beautiful images! They remind me of the graphics on fruit crates.

a-1563575952 Mar 31, 2019 03:39 PM
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1738: Umm . . . berries are fruit. The waxwings come to my garden to eat the blossoms ( deliciously sweet, try them yourself sometime) off my Pineapple guava tree.

a-1563575952 Mar 31, 2019 03:40 PM
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Not meaning try them off my tree, but next time you see guava blossoms.

bjgreen Mar 31, 2019 03:16 PM
Cedar Waxwings

One hundred years ago, farmers in our area used to call Cedar Waxwings "cherry birds" because they ate so many cherries. Beautiful birds! Beautiful pix - in one, you can actually see the red "wax" on the wing that gives these birds their name.

a-1563575952 Mar 31, 2019 02:26 PM
Cedar Waxwings

Well, that's a first for me. They eat fruit? They come to my yard for winter berries.

a-1563575952 Mar 31, 2019 08:06 PM
Cedar Waxwings

And berries are.....? Fruit, flower or veg?

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