Cedar Waxwing

This species is plainer in color than the Northern Waxwing and lives in a wider variety of habitats including both broadlcaved and coniferous forest, open woodland, anil thickets. It feeds on a variety of small fruits and sometimes also catches insects in gliding flight above the trees.

• NEST A stout cup nest hidden in dense foliage, often high in a tree.

• DISTRIBUTION Breeds in Canada and much of USA. Winter range extends from S. Canada to N. South America.

Juvenile waxy blobs on secondary feather tips

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