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UPDATE: VINS Wildlife Services was able to release this waxwing on Sunday in a Hartland neighborhood home to at least one known flock of cedar waxwings. Thank you to those who offered suggestions of locations to release the bird. We do appreciate your help!
The VINS Wildlife Services department needs your help!
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s web site.
There’s usually flocks of them hanging about in the berry trees just down the road from you in Woodstock, VT.
Can you give a more specific location in Woodstock? Thanks!
Hey guys…Zac took a video of one sitting on an apple tree in the front terrace yesterday. Eating petals. so cute. Havent seen a ‘flock’ but were there is one, there may be many. I will keep my eyes open. see you in the am.
Sorry! I should have been more specific. As you are driving through the main street of Woodstock from the north, the neighborhood to the right (if you go over the covered bridge) is filled with trees that I normally see waxwings in.
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