Cedar Waxwing


Cedar Waxwing

Scientific Name: Bombycilla cedrorum

The Cedar Waxwing, Bombycilla cedrorum, is a sleek and elegant bird species often seen in flocks throughout Huntington Beach, California. With its silky plumage, crested head, and distinctive black mask, the waxwing is a striking sight against the backdrop of trees and shrubs. These migratory birds visit the area during the winter months, feeding on berries and small insects. Cedar Waxwings are highly social birds, often seen perched in groups or engaging in synchronized flight patterns.

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