Length: 5.5–6.7 inches
Wingspan: 8.7–11.8 inches
The diet of the Cedar Waxwing consists of primarily fruits
Look for Cedar Waxwings in dense woodland areas, fields, and grasslands. These birds are also a common sight in suburban areas.
The Cedar Waxwing is found across the Southern United States during the Winter, keeping to the north year-round, and moving upwards to the northernmost parts of America for Summer.