Cedar Waxwing Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of a cedar waxwing on a branch. The bird is eating a berry.


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Nov 27, 2017
Do you think he bit off more than he could chew?
Apr 18, 2017
Ready to eat! Quite a few there for him to eat! Have never seen a bird like that.
Oct 26, 2016
So cute
Mar 16, 2016
When we give our pup a haircut every spring, we put her hair in a suet feeder....the waxwings go nuts taking pieces of hair out of it, to build their nests
Mar 16, 2016
What a great idea. Those little eggs and babies need to stay cozy and warm.
Jul 2, 2016
Yeah I used to use a suet feeder for the birds growing up. Didn't think a suet feeder was big enough for a puppy.
Mar 7, 2016
Cute bird.
Mar 4, 2016
What a sweet little bird. I had not heard of this bird so looked it up and here is what I found.

The cedar waxwing is a member of the family Bombycillidae or waxwing family of passerine birds. It is a medium-sized, mostly brown, gray, and yellow bird named for its wax-like wing tips. It is a native of North and Central America, breeding in open wooded areas in southern Canada and wintering in the southern half of the United States, Central America, and the far northwest of South America. Its diet includes cedar cones, fruit, and insects. The cedar waxwing is not endangered.

Take care and God bless. Hugs.
Mar 4, 2016
Thank you for the information. My mom was an avid "birdie" watcher as she called them. I love birds also. I love listening to them sing in the early morning hours when Spring arrives.
Mar 4, 2016
Thanks for the information. Your comments brighten my day.
Mar 4, 2016
We have bohemian waxwings up here. Their colors are a little brighter on both male and female than the cedar waxwing, but they love berries just as much. They travel in large flocks and in about 30 seconds can clean the berries from a mountain ash tree. They can also get tipsy on them if the berries have become overripe! Drunk drivers are bad enough, but drunk birds?
Mar 4, 2016
Thank you!
Mar 4, 2016
You are all welcome, this site is such an educational one, learning all the time. Hugs.
Mar 4, 2016
Oh aknan, you always know how to put a smile on my face. Hugs a million.
Mar 4, 2016
They breed not just in Canada but as far south as Indiana, sometimes even in my yard. They are also a small bird, like a slim, long sparrow, and quite friendly. Some of our neighbors have gotten birds who will respond to them. After the babies fly, the family sticks together and we hear their constant tiny call, keeping track of everyone. They don't come to the feeder as they hunt insects in the trees, mostly.
Mar 5, 2016
We get these birds in central Florida, frequently along side robins, as they start making their way north in February. The tips of their tail feathers are a bright yellow and look like they've been dipped in paint. They also have bright red spots on their wings. These birds have been known to pass berries along to other birds farther down the branch.
Mar 5, 2016
That is neat! They seem very family/group oriented. One of the nicest birds to have around.
Mar 5, 2016
I like doing birds
think I may have to go back to bed for awhile
my hip is really hurting this morning
i have a lot of back problems
i guess i'll have go to Dr. next week
been trying to put it off
hope all my puzzler friends has a fun weekend
Mar 4, 2016
What in the world made me think today would be a good day to do trapezoid? It surely was not! I got gold but I am the only one on the list and it took nearly an hour.

God bless you all with perseverance - without the trials it takes to build it.
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