No expert here, but I thought I'd chime in anyway. The eye seems pretty close to the beak and the darkness on top of the head seems cap like. Also the legs seem stout. (edit: Tail seems rounded as well. Cooper's)
Interesting note: I read that unlike most birds that eat a lot of fruit and then regurgitate the seeds, Waxwings let the seeds pass through. Also, Waxwings eat so much fruit they are sometimes found intoxicated from eating fermented berries that are producing alcohol. Golly!
I think it's a joke. If so, I'd actually go with European Starlings!
Yes, I'm kidding. I've been unsuccessfully searching for Cedar Waxwings since I started birding a couple of years ago. I woke up the other morning to the sound of hundreds of Cherry Laurel fruit pits bouncing off of my roof and car. I looked outside and to my great delight (and then horror) there were about fifty to sixty Cedar Waxwings shuttling back and forth from my neighbors Cherry Laurel then to the Live Oak that hangs over my roof and driveway. Anyways, I figured someone out there (if not everyone) has had a similar experience. I thought it was funny. Hope no one was offended. So, now I have my Cedar Waxwing "lifer" and a freshly washed car.