This morn DH said, "There's a bird with a yellow band across the tip of its tail at the waterer." "Sounds like a Cedar waxwing, but they usually fly in flocks." "I just saw one." he said. We both stood at the kitchen window and watched for the next ten minutes as a steady stream of waxwings dropped one or two at a time from the trees down to the waterer, taking turns with all the other birds there--bluebirds, titmice, cardinals, chickadees, nuthatches. It was only after the feeder was empty and all the other birds had left that I saw 6 of them lined up at the waterer at once.