The bohemian waxwing (bombycilla garrulus) is a passerine bird.
It takes the name "waxwing" from the red, wax-like spots on its wings. It has a beige plumage with black primaries, a yellow and white wing bar and a black pattern on the face. The bohemian wazwing nests in North Europe, and in winter it flies to Central Europe. The lenght of its migration movements vary due to the temperature and presence of food sources. It is a very gregarious bird, often seen in large flocks. It eats mainly berries, seeds and insects.