Cedar waxwing’s namesake wingtips — Birds of New England.com

Photo by Chris Bosak A cedar waxwing looks for berries in a park in New England, January 2021. Cedar waxwings are a favorite bird of many people as they are one of the more interesting-looking birds we have in New England. Many people may wonder where it gets its unique name. As the photo shows, […]

Cedar waxwing’s namesake wingtips — Birds of New England.com

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