About four dozen Bohemian Waxwings have arrived.
The Bohemian Waxwing is an irruptive bird. Usually it winters in the north, but occasionally it irrupts southward in large numbers and then delights watchers as the arriving flock feeds. Then another few years go by when either very few or none will be seen.
This is a view of a handful of the waxwings high in a staging tree. They have gathered adjacent to the one with the berries. They then fly to the berry tree in waves, grab some food and return to the staging tree.
A Bohemian Waxwing flies off with its prize.