FEATHERY FRIDAY #67
We’re going to that island country of Japan to see if we can find a very special and gorgeous bird! So pack your bags, cameras and binoculars and let’s head out on today’s adventure!
MEET THE JAPANESE WAXWING!
Diet: Omnivore: fruit, berries, insects
Length: 6 ½”
Conservation Status: near threatened
- Japanese Waxwings are pinkish-brown.
- They have black bibs and eye markings.
- Japanese waxwings have a large crest of feathers on their head.
- Japanese waxwings lack the waxing covering on the end of her wings.
- They are sociable.
Japanese waxwings are so cute! We love meeting little birds from all over the world! What birds do you like seeing?