I was sitting on a stone wall reading the paper in Little Compton this July when a Cedar Waxwing fledgling landed on my shirt. I placed the bird in a nearby thicket. Soon, the parent began visiting the nest and feeding the fledgling. I set up my camera and scope and videoscoped the scene. A Gray Catbird had established territory in the thicket and did not welcome the intrusion. Watch the berry during the slow motion portion.