This video from England says about itself:
Flocks of Waxwings invaded West Yorkshire, UK, during the winter of 2008/09.
At the Rapenburg, opposite the antiqities museum, ten waxwings flying.
In the tree opposite the old university library, only a blue tit.
Later, I came back to the Rapenburg. a great tit in a tree.
In the tree opposite the old university library, now three waxwings and two siskins. On the opposite side of the canal, in a big tree in a Kaiserstraat garden, two waxwings.
A long-tailed tit in a Oude Varkenmarkt tree.
At the Nova passage tree, still the dunnock, and now a blackbird as well.
November 2010. If we needed proof that this year will be a waxwing winter, we need look no further than this image. Tommy Hyndman and his son Henry had spent the morning at their home on Fair Isle, looking at a beautiful flock of hungry Waxwings that had just arrived in the UK from Scandinavia and were feasting on fruit and berries: here.