Named for its red-colored wax-like secondary feather tips, the cedar waxwing can usually be found in parks, gardens, or in areas with fruit-bearing plant life. This bird is proficient at catching flies, but its favorite indulgence is in fleshy fruits like apples.
As their name would suggest, they can be found among cedar trees gorging themselves on berries. They have been known to eat so many that they are unable to fly, at times so full falling to the ground. They have also been known to get themselves drunk by eating fermented berries from holly trees.
Suggested Feeder Types: Platform ,