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Re: Anyone seen waxwings in the Peidmont yet?
Speaking purely impressionistically (i.e. I have absolutely no concrete
data on which to base this), I tend to think of Waxwings more as a
late-Winter species here. I just never seem to notice them until
February or so, and I remember seeing them last year on the day of the
Chapel Hill Spring Count.
Alex Netherton wrote:
> Josh et. al.
> I have lived in Western NC for around 48 years, with a few forays into the
> Southeast, and am used to seeing Cedar Waxwings more toward the Spring here
> in WNC. A few are seen in Winter, but the big flocks are seen during apple