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Cedar waxwing pictures

Eastern Washington

Cedar Waxwings are berry loving birds commonly found in Eastern Washington eating serviceberries, hackberries, chokecherries, bitter cherries and other fruit.

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Related information
Cedar Waxwing Identification - USGS
Cedar Waxwing - Birds of Washington State
Cedar Waxwing, The Moveable Feaster

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Related bird books
Birding Washington
Bird Songs of the Okanagan
Birds of Yakima County
The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America
Peterson Field Guide to Western Birds
Western Birding by Ear: A Guide to Bird Song Identification

Birds of Washington State

 

Picture of a cedar waxwing or Bombycilla cedrorum perched in a hackberry tree
Cedar waxwing or Bombycilla cedrorum
perched in a hackberry tree

 


Cedar waxwing flying

 

Cedar waxwing eating a serviceberry
Cedar waxwing
eating a serviceberry

 

Picture of cedar waxwing in nest
Cedar waxwing nest



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