Alk2040

by Al kryzer
(Inver grove mn)

Brown to tan bird with some upright feathers on crown a little red stripe on back and bright yellow tipped tail

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Dec 03, 2016
On behalf of those of us who are not good... NEW
by: Margaret Mariam

at identifying birds in the wild, thank you! I have fond memories of a cedar waxwing,landing on a fishing partner's shoulder, one afternoon. Long time ago.

Dec 03, 2016
Alk2040 NEW
by: Judy-Seattle

From your description, I'm fairly sure it is a Cedar Waxwing.

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