[TN-Bird] Re: : Waxwings sharing

While i haven't seen the behavior myself, at least down a long line of
waxwings, i've read numerous postings of such sightings by the very active
(some professional) birders of Central New York.

Sylvia Anglin
Nashville TN


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Sent: Sunday, November 14, 2004 11:43 PM
Subject: [TN-Bird] Re: Waxwings galore!


> When I was a child, one of the National Audubon photographers who did
> "Audubon Screen Tours" actually had a movie of cedar waxwings passing
cherries down
> the line, then back up to the one who first had the item and was the one
who
> ate it.  As I recall, it was my late friend, and ornithologist, Allan
> Cruickshank, but it may have been another one.  It seems that I remember
Allan's
> humorous commentary as the film was shown to us.  That was some time in
the late
> 1940's or early 50's.  I also have a book that shows a line of cedars on a
tree
> limb, one having a berry in its mouth, with the commentary that they were
doing
> this activity when the photo was taken.
> Dee Thompson
> Nashville, TN
>
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