Soon, the Cedar Waxwings will migrate to their breeding range up to the northern US and Canada. Right now, they still enjoy the weather in their Winter range down here in the southern US and Mexico. In the evening hours, they all come in big flocks, feast on some leftover berries from last Autumn and then move on to the next tree. I can easily tell, when the Cedars are sitting in one of my trees. Their calls are very high pitched. And these little birds can be very noisy, when they communicate with one another.
The Winter season definitely has arrived. I can tell, because the Cedar Waxwings migrated to the warmer states, including Texas to their Wintering range. Usually they are up north for breeding and the Summer Season. The Cedar Waxwings are all over my Bradford Pear trees and enjoy these berries. I love my silky little waxwings! ❤
On this side is a map of the Summer, Winter, and breeding ranges of the Cedar Waxwing: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cedar_waxwing