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As of last Tuesday, I've seen them around the parking area for the
confluence viewing area at Columbia Bottoms -- guess that would be the
east end of the Riverside Trail?  The mulberries are thick in the area --
saw a small flock of cedar waxwings there, also rose-breasted grosbeak,
indigo buntings, and adult bald eagle.  Just watch out for deer crossing
the road.

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