WHY ARE THEY CALLED CEDAR WAXWINGS?
While we were at Whitaker Pond we caught photos of cedar waxwings for the first time. The light changed over the hour we were there, showing many facets of the species.
It asks, "is this my best side?"
This one has different coloration; I don't know if it's the light or a different type. Note the red wing patch.
And this might be a delicate lady. They say the males have broader tails. Broader than what???
But I could be wrong. Does anyone out there know anything about Cedar Waxwings?