Bohemian Waxwing (Bombycilla garrulus)
Bohemian Waxwings are brownish-gray birds with a black mask and splashes of red, white and yellow on their wings and tail. Waxwings are named for the tips of their inner wing feathers, which look as if they were dipped in red wax. They can be distinguished from their cousin species, the Cedar Waxwing, by the yellow and white on their wings and the patch of orange feathers between their legs and tail. They feed on insects, fruits and berries.
(Photo by Bill Schmoker)