[CT Birds] Cedar Waxwings

Roy Zartarian royz at royzartarian.com
Sun Jun 9 22:35:11 EDT 2013


While the sighting is not exactly indicative of an abundance of Waxwings,
I'll note that last Thursday (6/6) I watched a single Cedar Waxwing outside
the door of the Newington Senior Center (located on Cedar Street!) gather a
small amount of plant material, then fly off.

Roy Zartarian
Newington


On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 8:21 PM, <pwolter6 at earthlink.net> wrote:

> Following on from my experience yesterday in Branford where multiple
> groups of Cedar Waxwings appeared at every stop, a big contrast to their
> relative absence from the state for the first four to five months of the
> year. Reading the other listserves the same abundance was noted this
> weekend from both the New York Botanical Gardens and Plum Island in
> Massachusetts. Did others have the same experience in Connecticut thid
> weekend?
>
> Paul Wolter
> Branford
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