Within an hour of reading the report of Waxwings in Sandy, Bedfordshire I was on the hunt for them. I spied 15 of them resting in the tree tops, and after a careful approach I was able to get some shots of these beauties. They took it in turn to drop down and feed on the frozen berries before returning to their look out. They moved around the area on a few occasions but returned back to the same trees. The hoar frost had covered everything and it was bloody cold, the light lasted for a short while before a huge bank of cloud moved over, they then flew to the industrial estate and with the shutter speed dropping drastically I headed off to help with a car jump start at the Lodge before going home happy I'd caught up with them this time.