Cedar Waxwing

Scientific: Bombycilla cedrorum 
Norwegian: Einersidensvans

The Cedar Waxwing is medium–sized, 6-7 inches with a square-tipped tail. It is seen in fruiting trees and coursing over water; it avoids dense woods. It resides here year round and builds a 5-6” nest lined with yarn or string and fine grasses that are placed on a horizontal limb 4-50’ above ground. It eats insects and fruit.

Cedar Waxwing Song