Cedar waxwings swarm to water, usually in the company of American robins, their most common traveling partners.
Cedar waxwings swarm to water, usually in the company of American robins, their most common traveling partners. Billy Vaughn
Cedar waxwings swarm to water, usually in the company of American robins, their most common traveling partners. Billy Vaughn

You can lure cedar waxwings with water, but don’t expect them to stay

December 06, 2017 03:09 PM