Cedar Wax Wing on Tule
Cedar Waxwings are social birds that you’re likely to see in flocks year-round. They sit in fruiting trees swallowing berries whole, or plucking them in mid-air with a brief fluttering hover. They also soar over water for insects, flying like tubby, slightly clumsy swallows.
- Body: Walnut, Satinwood (tip of tail) and Redwood
- Eyes and Bill: Walnut
- Tule (reed): Maple
- Natural driftwood base
Dimensions, including base: 12:h x 9"l x 5.5"w
Dimensions, bird only: tail-to-head: 6"
Made in California