We enjoyed the Cedar Waxwings (Bombycilla cedrorum) cavorting in our trees yesterday, with a lot of action seen out our living room picture window. The Waxwings were joined by robins, starlings and grackles feasting on the Bradford pear berries, with a yellow-bellied sapsucker (I think!) scurring up and down the trunks. Chickadees, titmouses, and nuthatches were on the feeders, while mourning doves scoured the ground underneath. Here is one of the Cedar Waxwings.