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NOVEMBER FEAST

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During fall and winter, large flocks of cedar waxwings converge on berry producing trees, often stripping the trees bare within hours. Mountain ash berries are a waxwing favorite, although on this day, the flock enjoyed a feast of juniper berries.
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During fall and winter, large flocks of cedar waxwings converge on berry producing trees, often stripping the trees bare within hours.  Mountain ash berries are a waxwing favorite, although on this day, the flock enjoyed a feast of juniper berries.