2012-10-25 / Letters
Carole Gardner Rosenbaum counted over 30 cedar waxwings fluttering about in a cedar tree outside her window. They were eating cedar berries, getting ready for their trip south to Panama and the Greater Antilles. Cedar Waxwings travel and eat in flocks but Carole had never seen so many at one time. Have any of you seen other groups of migrating birds?
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