Cedar Waxwings (Bombycilla cedrorum) live in Michigan year-round, with both migratory and resident populations, but I don't see them as often as I would like. Their elegant gray plumage brightened by red wingtips and yellow-tipped tailfeathers is very attractive. A flock of them enlivened Kalamazoo College's campus this week. University of Michigan has more information on cedar waxwings.
I teach economics at Kalamazoo College. My wife is also an economist. We were on sabbatical in Europe for the 2014-15 academic year. (Salamanca, Spain, followed by Oxford, UK.) We were in Uruguay for the 2006-7 academic year.