The Cedar Waxwings hang out around our home and fields, occasionally
being busy in our dwarf crabapple trees, buckthorn bushes edging the
fields, and a couple of paper birches. They and the Robins water
together at a small, roadside seep. The Waxwings have been around for
several weeks now. I search the flock for Bohemians, but have not
located any. The only finches seen here this winter so far are less
than a dozen Goldfinches.
There is also a wintering Kestrel regularly seen nearby on roadside
wires on Lemon Fair Road in Weybridge.