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Cedar Waxwings Spotted In White Rock

on February 3, 2019 - 6:56am
Daily Postcatd: A pair of Cedar waxwings is spotted Thursday perched in a pyracantha bush eating berries at a residence on Mesa Verde Street in White Rock. Cedar waxwings are sociable birds, typically seen in flocks year-round. They are non-territorial birds and will often groom each other. They move from place to place depending on where they can find good sources of berries. Source: wikipedia.com. Photo by Mary Lou Oothoudt

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