Cedar Waxwing
Bombycilla cedrorum

f7.1 @ 1/2000s, ISO:1600, Nikon D3S w 500mm

"Cedar Waxwing," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Preferred habitat consists of trees at the edge of wooded areas, or "open" forests, especially those that provide access to berry sources as well as water. They are frequently seen in fruiting trees. Waxwings are attracted to the sound of running water, and love to bathe in and drink from shallow creeks. In urban or suburban environments, waxwings often favor parkland with well-spaced trees; golf courses, cemeteries, or other landscaping with well-spaced trees; bushes that provide berries; and a nearby water source such as a fountain or birdbath. Also look for them near farms, orchards, and gardens, particularly ones with fruiting trees or shrubs.
Francis A. Crane Wildlife Management Area, East Falmouth, Massachusetts