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In fall and winter, squadrons of Cedar Waxwings roam widely in search of fruiting trees. They look like sleek superheroes, with black masks, shiny suits, and dabs of red and yellow on their wings and tails. In summer they eat insects but the rest of the year berries, making them one of the few species in North America that specializes in eating fruit.
Bird Collective will donate 20% of the profits from this patch to support Alabama Audubon’s conservation work in one of America’s most biodiverse states.
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