This juvenile Cedar Waxwing is normally part of a large flock. It is a social bird that eats berries and insects and loves woodlands and orchards – not open oceans.

This juvenile Cedar Waxwing is normally part of a large flock. It is a social bird that eats berries and insects and loves woodlands and orchards – not open oceans... Image courtesy of Joe Mangiafico, Deepwater Canyons 2012 Expedition, NOAA-OER/BOEM.

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