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Melissa Beers

Holliston, MA, USA

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Cedar Waxwings visiting and eating the “pears” off of the Bradford Pear tree. There are 1-2 days a year after the frosts have softened the pears that the cedar waxwings compete with the robins for the pears off the tree. Sometimes there are 40-50 cedar waxwings in the tree at one time.

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Cedar Waxwings Eating Bradford Pears

Cedar Waxwings visiting and eating the "pears" off of the Bradford Pear tree.

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