There were at least thirty of these Cedar Waxwings in one of our Bradford Pear trees a few days ago on the first day of Winter. For a short time, that is, as they were gone in just a few minutes. I didn't see them at all the rest of the day. It was fortunate that they chose my place to rest and that I was outside with the camera while they were passing through. Also, I hope they made it through OK, because it was over 70 degrees and there was a very windy storm front with tornado potential just to their west.