Bombycillidae – Waxwings

Bombycilla Cedrorum – Cedar Waxwing

Bombycilla cedrorum, the cedar waxwing is a waxwing in the Bombycilllidae family member. It is brown, gray, and yellow in color. Its waxy wingtips earned it the moniker. It breeds in open forested regions in southern Canada and winters in the southern part of the US, Central America, and far northwest South America. It eats […]

Bombycilla Garrulus – Bohemian Waxwing

In the northern woods of Europe and North America, the Bohemian waxwing or known in Latin as Bombycilla garrulus, breeds. There’s a pointed crest and buff-grey plumage. This species’ wings are striped with white and brilliant yellow, with red waxy feather ends. Quick Overview: Bombycilla Garrulus – Bohemian WaxwingBody size: Around 6.25-8.25 in (16-21 cm) […]

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