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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 cedar waxwing didn’t have any close relatives with red feathers, so the scientists soon turned to the bird’s food.
Hudon's first clue came in previous studies of the cedar waxwing.
Berries can also be magnets for winter visitors such as cedar waxwings.
Eastern kingbirds, cedar waxwings, black-capped chickadees and warblers flitted from limb to limb.
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