Photos: Birdwatchers flock to Norwich following waxwing sighting

Bird watchers have got all in a flutter after the sighting of a solo waxwing feeding on an apple tree on Ber Street in Norwich. Photo by Simon Finlay. Bird watchers have got all in a flutter after the sighting of a solo waxwing feeding on an apple tree on Ber Street in Norwich. Photo by Simon Finlay.

Monday, February 17, 2014
3:07 PM

Birdwatchers have got all in a flutter after the sighting of a solo waxwing feeding on an apple tree on Ber Street in Norwich.

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The waxwing is reddish-brown with a black throat, a small black mask round its eye, yellow and white in the wings and a yellow-tipped tail.

It does not breed in the UK, but is a winter visitor.

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