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  1. ‘Seven waxwings were captured at a blueberry farm in southern Georgia in late April and maintained on a diet of mashed bananas and soy protein.’ ‘In the laboratory, he demonstrated that waxwings maintained body mass and a positive protein balance only when they fed on both Viburnum opulus fruit and the protein-rich catkins.’.
  2. Waxwing, any of three species of birds belonging to the songbird family Bombycillidae (order Passeriformes). They are elegant-looking birds named for beads of shiny red material on the tips of the secondary wing feathers. All species are gray-brown, with tapering crest. The common, or Bohemian.
  3. Jun 08,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - the Waxwings - ten o' clock your time YouTube The Black Keys - Tighten Up [Official Music Video] - Duration: The Black Keys 79,, views.
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  6. Their second album, Shadows of the Waxwings, however, achieves admittedly mixed results, at best. It's evident the Waxwings wanted a heavier, darker sound this time out, and even though several tracks are embellished with cello, violin, and horns, most of Shadows fails due to a murky, muddled production and mix, not to mention an uninspired 5/
  7. The Waxwings by The Waxwings, released 04 September 1. Snake River Reel / Red Prairie Dawn 2. Sea of Clouds / Myra's 3. L'Aire Mignonne / Reel of Sceachog 4. Highland Laddie / Through the Gates 5. The Cottage Grove Waltz The Waxwings are: Jesse Partridge—fiddle Alex Sturbaum—guitar, button accordion Amy Englesberg—piano, piano accordion.
  8. During summer in Alaska and western Canada, scattered Bohemian Waxwings may be seen perching on spruce tops and flying out to catch insects in mid-air. In winter these same birds become sociable nomads, with large flocks wandering the northwest in search of berries. Sometimes they stray as far east as New England, but in most areas their numbers are quite variable from year to year (the name.

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