I saw in Detroit a bird from the far north, a bird I had never before seen, the Bohemian waxwing, or chatterer.
The waxwing is an elegant bird, of about the size of a Thrush.
The food of the waxwing is varied both according to season and other conditions.
The Bohemian waxwing, like the only other member of the family that ever visits us, the cedar-bird, is a roving gipsy.
The waxwing is larger than a sparrow and smaller than a robin.
Late in the fall Peter saw Mr. and Mrs. waxwing and their family together.
The midsummer nests, like that of the goldfinch and the waxwing, or cedar-bird, are the safest of all.
Bohemian waxwing (Bombycilla garrula) breeding within the United States.
Bombycilla japonica thus may be close to the ancestral condition in the waxwing stock in the development of the waxy appendage.
Cedar-bird, or cedar waxwing (Ampelis cedrorum), a small edition of the Bohemian waxwing; plumage of; notes of.