The Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla Cedrorum) is a medium sized North American bird.
This pretty bird has a black face-mask with white trim, a tan colored body, pale yellow belly, gray tail with bright yellow tips, and a hard to see red waxy-tipped feathers on their wings. They measure about seven inches long.
After enjoying the taste of the sweet grapes at Sweet Cheeks Winery,
it was time for a dip in the fountain as a yellow finch watches all the excitement.
These birds primarily consume fresh berries and other fruits that are high in sugar content, but will also eat flowers and insects. They can be seen year-round, usually where there is an abundance of fresh fruit.