From the FOREST along the Straight River:
Cedar Waxwings were first noted on our apple trees last Sunday. Today they were feeding heavily with 25-30 birds feeding at one time Several of the birds were juveniles. Two A. Robins appeared also. A N. Flicker appeared on the the ground near the sunflower feeder. There seems to be more green leaves on the trees this year when the Cedar Waxwings began their feeding and the apples are not as ripe as they began feeding.
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