Smart-looking waxwings typically show up in a flock, descending onto backyard trees en masse, then departing as quickly as they arrived. In the photos below, you can compare Bohemian and Cedar Waxwings. We chose the pictures from our galleries. Share your bird photos in our galleries.See a great photo of a Cedar Waxwing and read how the photographer got the shot.See the contents of our June 2012 issue.See five reader photos of Burrowing Owl.
PAIR: GTPugh found these yellow-bellied Cedar Waxwing in central Virginia.
BANDIT: This gray-bellied Bohemian Waxwing looks like it was returning Daniel Cadieux's glance.
FLOCK: Online member woodwarf lane 1 photographed this flock of Cedar Waxwings in the early morning.
BEAUTY: This handsome Bohemian Waxwing was eyeing a berry in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. May Haga took the photo.
BUDDIES: These Cedar Waxwings are showing off their yellow tail tips. Bobvt photographed the birds near his home in northwest Vermont in May 2012.
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I apprecciate the photos of the waxwings. I am a bird carver and currently am working on a Behemian Waxwing as a competition bird. It will be on a branch with crabapples. I really like the photo taken by May Haga.
Obvioulsy, it should be Bohemian in a previous post.