The waxwings are passerine birds classified in the genus Bombycilla. They are brown and pale grey with silky plumage, a black and white eyestripe, a crest, a square-cut tail and pointed wings. Some of the wing feathers have red tips, the resemblance of which to sealing wax gives these birds their common name.
In winter, it is frequent guests on a mountain ash under my windows.
Original watercolor 21x27 cm, made in the winter of 2015.
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