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Robins and catbirds will compete for plump, vermilion winterberries.
Gray catbirds, towhees and bobwhite quails flock to the clusters of vibrant amethyst fruits on the American beautyberry bush.
In fact, pokeweed is an important food source for myriad songbirds, including cardinals, catbirds and mockingbirds.
Throw netting over peach trees to keep off marauding catbirds.
She identified by ear a cedar waxwing, a reclusive wood thrush, a gray catbird (with its catty mew), a red-winged blackbird, a tree swallow, several cardinals and a frenetic blue-gray gnatcatcher.
The frog chorus from the bordering creek is boisterous, and the catbirds meow from the cottonwoods.
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