"Cedar Waxwings are nomads that pass through our area and occasionally nest here. I have seen family groups in Eastern Mass, especially around Plum Island at the National Seashore. They tend to migrate in flock sized groups, then break up to…"
I have never see Cedar Waxwings in person- they look like pretty birds.
I am an amateur birder and spend lots of time on my back porch in Forest Hills but I see cardinals, sparrows, grackles, baltimore orioles, red winged blackbirds,…"