- Grallaria ridgelyi
- Trogons, Cotingas & Compadres
The Japanese Waxwing is one of three species of waxwing in the world. They live in parts of northeast Asia; despite the name, they only visit Japan during the winter months.
The conservation status of the Japanese Waxwing is considered to be Near Threatened as of June 2013. The species has a relatively small breeding range and logging may pose a threat to the health of their preferred habitat.
|Hatched||Added to Birdorable on: 08 June 2013|
|Scientific Name||Bombycilla japonica|
|Birdorable Family||Starlings & Waxwings|
(as of 27 March 2017)
5.9 to 7.1 inches
1.9 to 2.25 ounces