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We are a unique art gallery and gift shop. We are known for our large variety of gifts in a wide range of prices, plus our excellent customer service.

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Mon - Tue 9:30 AM - 6 PM
Wednesday 9:30 AM - 8 PM
Thurs - Sat 9:30 AM - 6 PM
Sun 11 AM - 4 PM

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Helena, MT 59601
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The Cedar Waxwing will be arriving soon in Helena...

Description
The Cedar Waxwing has a reddish brown head and upper body and gray back, wings and tail. The head has a short crest, and face has a black mask, and black chin. The tip of the tail is yellow, and the belly is yellow. May have red spots on tips of secondary wing feathers. Females are similar to males with less prominent chin patch. Immature birds are similar to adults but more gray, streaked underside, and no black on the throat.

Size
length 14cm - 17cm




Environment
open woodland, farmland, parks and gardens, forest edges.

Food
fruit, insects.

Breeding
Nest is a fairly large open cup made of twigs, grass and moss, built in a tree fork. Lays two to six (usually four or five) pale blue gray eggs with scattered black spots.

Range
found throughout most of Canada, United States, Mexico and into Central America.

Classification
Class:Aves
Order:Passeriformes
Family:Bombycillidae
Genus:Bombycilla
Species:cedrorum
Cedar Waxwing



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