All in perfect condition. Drunk Cedar Waxwing at the Wildlife Clinic. Cedar Waxwing; Loot Dropped (Sell Price): Gamey Bird Meat (0.25), Flight Feather (0.15), Cedar Waxwing Feather (0.30), Poor Waxwing Carcass (0.40), Good Waxwing Carcass (0.60), Perfect Waxwing Carcass (1.00) Notes: Waxwings are extremely rare birds and very difficult to find.The description for them in game is they inhabit open and forested areas across the states, which simply isn't true. It is a medium-sized, mostly brown, gray, and yellow bird named for its wax-like wing tips. Their feathers can … A Bow and Small Game Arrows can take down these small birds. Both were dead, less than a hundred yards from a neighboring large expanse of invasive Nandina (or Heavenly Bamboo) loaded with berries. Fun Fact. A Bohemian Waxwing has a grey chest and belly while a Cedar Waxwing has a brown chest with a yellow belly. So I’m currently doing what I believe is the last taxidermist mission. The Cedar Waxwing inhabits open and forested areas across the states. If the undertail is white, it’s a Cedar Waxwing. They travel in flocks of 30-40 and the males have masks like tiny little lone rangers. They are my favorite! Additionally, if the birds undertail is a brownish orange, it’s a Bohemian Waxwing. A pair of cedar waxwings. I haven't seen them in years though. Photo by Amphis on Wikimedia in the Public Domain While it was originally thought that the red tips functioned to protect the feathers from wear and tear, there is little to no evidence for this hypothesis. The Cedar Waxwing is a sleek, multi-colored, crested, sociable, medium-size bird that is often seen perching in flocks on hedges and trees. I’ve gotten the blue jay, crow and bat, had the beaver but of course once you leave the game it’s gone, and now I’m hunting the waxwing. My yard was full of CEDAR WAXWINGS! Five of these submitted to the Tifton Veterinary Diagnostic and Investigational Laboratory, where they were examined grossly and microscopically. They are one of the two North American waxwings that dwell in most parts of North America at … Many cedar waxwings were found dead in a yard in Thomas County, Georgia, in April, 2009. Their primary herbivore diet includes berries and sugary fruit all year round, and they will only feed on insects during breeding seasons. I need a beaver, crow, blue jay, cedar waxwing and a bat. Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) A rare repeat performance. Additionally, they are protected under the U.S. Migratory Bird Treaty Act. This close-up on the wing of a Bohemian Waxwing highlights the red wax tips – a characteristic they share with the Cedar Waxwing. For instance, cedar waxwings are birds of sharing. Posted on December 8, 2014 by Schuylkill Center. If you have several of them on a branch, they will pass the berries down from one bird to another to ensure everyone on the branch has a share of the tasty, fresh loot – thus, your dream might be highlighting the notion of spreading the wealth or the importance of sharing and being charitable. Cedar waxwing numbers have been increasing for a number of years, partly due to the use of berry-producing trees in landscaping and the conversion of agricultural land to forest. The woman who brought the waxwing in said he seemed “tame.” He just sat on her finger and wouldn’t move, … Appearance: smooth, silky plumage, with "bandit mask" and wax-like droplets on tips of secondary flight feathers.Waxwings are small birds, but not tiny. The cedar waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) is a member of the family Bombycillidae or waxwing family of passerine birds. In the nine years I’ve lived just south of the James near the park system, I’ve seen just two Cedar Waxwings in my yard. Sight of one single waxwing is rare. By Michele Wellard, Assistant Wildlife Rehabilitator.