San Antonio bird in March

by Margo
(San Antonio, Texas)

Grey bird with yellow on the tip of his tail and red under his wings, with a black mask on his eyes and tuff on his head found in San Antonio, Texas

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Mar 13, 2013
sure sounds like a cedar waxwing to me! NEW
by: GaryE

Take a look at http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/cedar_waxwing/id and see what you think.

If so I am envious . . . in all my years of birdwatching and backyard birding . . . I have seen one for about 15-20 seconds at my heated bird bath a few weeks ago. They are very very pretty birds!

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