Cedar Waxwing

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Cedar Waxwing

The Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) is found in winters from South Canada to Central Panama. It lives in highlands, near fruiting trees, and shrubs; in semi-open, second growth and edges forests. This bird is 16 cm (6 inches) in height and 32 g in weight.

Some features are its buffy-brown head and breast, its back with grayish-brown, and its slate-gray wings. Bill and feet are black. This animal eats fruits and lives in flocks of 5 to 20.

Common Name: Cedar Waxwing
Scientific Name: Bombycilla cedrorum
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