The Waxwing, also called Bohemian Waxwing, travels from Siberia to Western Europe in winter. It travels in gregarious flocks stripping berries from trees.
The Bohemian Waxwing covers northern Asia, Europe and America. The Cedar Waxwing remains in the US and the Japanese Waxwing only in Asia.
Winter visitors to NW London
Shafts extend beyond the feather on the wing and are covered with red "sealing wax."
A flock of Waxwings eating berries outside the Bolshoi Theatre in central Moscow
Eating berries in northwest London