Bohemian waxwings feast on berries

Bohemian waxwings were spotted feasting on the fruits of rowan trees in a Harbin City park in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province.

The bird, distinguished by their red wing tips in the color that resembles sealing wax, can consume berries two times their body weight, and rowan fruits are among their favorites.

In winter when food becomes scarce in the wild, they often visit urban parks looking for a meal. 

(All images via VCG)

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