Cedar Waxwings can be found wandering in feeding flocks during the entire year. These nomads look for berries which are their main source of food. They tend to winter in Falmouth anywhere where trees and shrubs have ripe fruits. The Cedar Waxwing has a brownish head and back, long brownish crest, narrow black face mask with a white border, light yellow belly, and yellow trim at the end of the dark tail. This waxwing was seen feeding on berries at the Ashumet Holly Wildlife Sanctuary in East Falmouth.
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