Cedar Waxwings

Donald Reed  |  9/17/2013 12:49:13 AM

The cedar waxwing is a sleek, crested, brown bird. Slightly smaller than a robin, at about 6½ to 8 inches long, it has a black mask, yellow tips on the tail feathers and hard, red wax-like tips on the secondary wing feathers. (July 2013)
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