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Beautiful waxwing in my tiny garden in Woodhall Spa availing itself of the berries on my rowan tree on 9th Jan 2011
Waxwing in my garden on the feeders 2 weeks ago in Mid Sussex! Didn't recognise it and when identified told a couple of "birdie" friends who were very excited!
Saw one in Falmouth today, man with binoculars came to my house & advised that there was one in my back garden. It has been around all day, nice to see, took a few photos.
A flock of around 12 waxwings stopped off briefly in the tree in my garden today, have never seen them before here. Jan 17th Bury, Lancs
waxwings sighted in a garden in Burnham on Sea and also in hedgerow at Berrow 18th Jan


We do have waxwings in South East London - see Herne Hill Forum post I have lived in this area for 30 years and this is a first!
saw 3 on a bush in bilston west mids also have redwings in trees at bottom of garden and goosanders on local pool
I saw my first waxwing this year in Market Harborough. Lovely sight. That was at the beginning of January
I saw a flock of at least 50 waxwings in a tree in Shepperton this morning, they were there for at least 30mins.Brilliant sight.
this last week in Oakley Fife a flock of approx 70 waxwings feeding on the Rowan berries in the park, never seen here before a rare sighting in deed.
Flock of 50-70 Cedar? waxwings spotted today in my garden in Balham South London. Roaming around for about an hour eating on the berries of our neighbouring garden.
I am just looking at about thirty Waxwings feeding in shifts. Two gardens away there is what I think to be an apple tree that hasn't shed its fruit which is a marvel in itself and that is what they are eating. I am in the heart of the West Midlands


31/1/2011. Walderslade Kent Went out walking with my dog as we do on most days, and noticed thirty six Waxwings feeding off the berries. Never seen these birds before, but what made it interesting is that I did not know they are rare to this part of Kent.
There are over 50 Waxwings here in Liverpool. They've found a berry tree, but not too sure what type. They are a fantastic sight in full flight together.
50 + waxwings behind sale leisure centre in cheshire. 3pm thursday 3rd feb. funny birds - all facing the same direction like sheep in a field, high in a tall tree before dropping in a flock to feed on smaller rowan trees right beside the leisure centre. first time i've seen them, thought they were starlings but different call and headgearmost obvious from a distance. has anyone else seen this flock? they were in the area at least half an hour while i worked up ladders on a nearby house.
There were about 50 Waxwings in one tree in Yateley and another group in another tree with their head feathers upright - quite a sight.