Cedar Waxwing at Blandair Park, 9 November 2013

Cedar Waxwing at Blandair Park, 9 November 2013

Eating crabapples…the red at the tips of the wing feathers looks like red wax that was used to seal letters, hence the name “waxwing”

Full view of Cedar Waxwing--this individual was part of a small flock at the park.  They were the first waxwings I have seen this fall.

Full view of Cedar Waxwing–this individual was part of a small flock at the park. They were the first waxwings I have seen this fall.

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