STILL AND INVISIBLE
In winter waxwings eat berries but when summer comes they start eating insects. They are very skillful in catching mosquitos in flight. You often find it in trees by forest ponds, where they take off after flying insects.
Their nest behaviour is very discreet. When you come across a wagwing's nest, they don't make any noise or otherwise manifest the closeness of the nest. I have found several waxwings' nests, as I have come across a wagwing sitting at the top of a tree in June. In some nearby tree, there is a nest and a mate brooding.
The younglings already leave the nest when they are not quite able to fly. When a wanderer
Kuusamo, Soilu, June 1982