They say that lightning never strikes twice in the same place, but I've never trusted that. Last month we had 39 Waxwings just along the road from us. They were only there for a day, and weren't seen again. Today, my wife and I were busy with Christmas shopping. Coming back into our road, I couldn't believe my eyes. We had a Waxwing in the same roost tree as before. Although there were plenty of berries left in the feed tree, it didn't come down for food, and departed to a more distant tree after I'd been watching it for about half an hour. By then the light was fading.
I have no idea what the feed tree is. The berries are very small, and pink. The birds love them. I'd be interested to hear if you can identify the tree from the image of the fruit, below.