This mixed flock of Bohemian and cedar waxwings was feeding on berries in early April 2008 near the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service building in Hadley, Massachusetts. The Bohemians are more rare than cedars for this area. Bohemians are grayer and more portly than cedars, with rust-colored undertail coverts. Cedars have a yellowish wash belly and white undertail coverts. Both have yellow-tipped tails.
Keywords:Bohemian waxwings, cedar waxwings, waxwings
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