I'm house-sitting in Northern Wisconsin. Today a flock (50+) of Cedar Waxwings showed up in the yard. It was a beautiful sight to see!! I'm used to seeing them in the spring/summer/fall, but I'm curious, how common is it for them to be this far north in the winter? My regional guidebook says it's uncommon for this area.
Also, I understand Bohemian Waxwings can be found in this area in the winter. In regions where they overlap at certain times of year, is it common for them to flock together?
Thanks for your help.