1. Cedar Waxwing, Pennsylvania - Nature Documentary Short


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    Early spring Cedar Waxwing male, filmed by Rusty Lofgren.

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    • Gorging Birds


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      Cedar Waxwings mob a laurel tree.

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      • Cedar Waxwing Study


        from Joseph Small / Added

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        One minute. Cedar Waxwings (Bombycillia cedrorum) feeding on berries. A Cassin's Vireo (Vireo cassinii) joins the party but can't

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        • Lori Faye Bock creating a Red Winged Blackbird for "Celestial Celebration".


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          New Mexico artist Lori Faye Bock creating the fifth (a Red winged Blackbird) of eight birds for the 40 x 60 inch "Celestial Celebration" painting. The painting, which also includes a Cedar Waxwing, Ruby Throated Hummingbird, White Breasted Nuthatch and an Eastern Blue Bird as well as three other birds was featured in her fall opening at Waxlander Gallery on historic Canyon Road in Santa Fe.

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          • L. Bird


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            L. Bird 7 min. Beta ©1994 This back and forth conversation between a woman and ceder waxwing is set in rural Saskatchewan. The little bird tells the woman all the juicy gossip that her neighbours are saying in town about her while the woman defends herself. This video explorers fitting into a rural Mennonite community when you are an outsider. Screened at: Winnipeg Folk Festival, Winnipeg, 2005 SNAC, MB, 2003 Entry Points: Video In Informative Culture, Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, Saskatoon, SK 1994

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            • Cedar Waxwings Feeding


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              Cedar Waxwings devouring berries in Little Rock, AR | 4.4.2013

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              • Cedar Waxwing Bonding Behavior


                from William Stifel / Added

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                "Adult cedar waxwings form monogamous bonds during each breeding season. The courtship ritual begins when a male dances for a female and gives her fruit, flower petals, or insects. If the female is interested, the gift is passed back and forth several times until the female eventually eats it. Afterward, the female takes the lead on choosing a nest site and constructing the nest". (http://www.nwf.org/Wildlife/Wildlife-Library/Birds/Cedar-Waxwing.aspx)

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                • Winter Cedar Waxwings - Gottlieb Native Garden


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                  Winter in Southern California means it is time for winter migratory birds like the Cedar Waxwing. Waxwings are beautiful birds who's markings give them the appearance as if they were painted. www.gottliebnativegarden.com

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                  • Abiquiu, New Mexico artist Lori Faye Bock commenting about the expansion of her creative work with birds.


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                    Abiquiu, New Mexico artist Lori Faye Bock commenting about the expansion of her creative work with birds over the past two years as she puts the finishing touches on her current painting scheduled to be delivered to Waxlander Gallery on historic Canyon Road in Santa Fe. The artist created the 48" x 60" Baltic birch punnet using acrylic paint featuring nine (9) birds including: Vermilion Flycatcher, Broadtail Hummingbird, Mourning Dove, Cedar Waxwing, White Breasted Nuthatch, Gilded Flicker, Western Tanager, Stellar's Jay and a Black-Billed Magpie,

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                    • Volume I with Narration


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                      The Birds of North America

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