Cedar waxwings dive bomb for insects in the summer, but in the colder months, they like to descend on ornamental trees and bushes, feeding on berries and fruits.
Cedar waxwings dive bomb for insects in the summer, but in the colder months, they like to descend on ornamental trees and bushes, feeding on berries and fruits. Pete Zimowsky Idaho Statesman file
Cedar waxwings dive bomb for insects in the summer, but in the colder months, they like to descend on ornamental trees and bushes, feeding on berries and fruits. Pete Zimowsky Idaho Statesman file

Treasure Valley gardening: These native shrubs are for the birds

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