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I was surprised to see cedar waxwings and robins in my trees yesterday. I think of them as spring and summer birds. But after looking at the Cornell University HSOforum I see they both winter in our area. I didn't know that. My trees were bristling with the cedar waxwings most of the morning, and then they left. There were only 2 robins that I saw.

I also got this picture of the red belly this morning. Nothing special, just thought it was a nice picture.




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