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Cedar Waxwing

A Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) in Teton Valley, Idaho. This bird was working with its partner to continue to feed a juvenile cedar waxwing while they called with the most amazing buzzing trills and sharp, high pitched whistling vocalizations.


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  1. Brian I have heard those sounds. My mother-in-law’s Saskatoon Bush in Edmonton, AB attracted Cedar Waxwings. I have seen the Lacrosse satellites on many occasions. I believe that all manner of techniques would be used by ‘targetter’ and ‘targetted’ to complicate things – phase and frequency changes and changes in pulse lengths etc. It would be tempting when ‘illuminated’ to give the aerial pest a hefty blast of ‘RF’!!

    Tony MorrisSeptember 23, 2010 @ 5:26 amReply



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