Favorite Feeder Visitor

Rose Breasted Grosbeak

These beautiful birds has appeared as a daily visitor to our feeder which is loaded with black oil sunflower seeds. This year there are 4 families. They are a very frequent visitor. They must be nesting nearby. They start early in the morning and appear on a regularly the rest of the day. For a bird that's supposed to like insects it it seems to like the seeds better. The female can easily go unnoticed. They are totally different and look like giant sparrows. 

At least once a day we see a beautiful array of colors when the Rose Breasted Grosbeaks, Goldfinches, Cardinals, Blue Jays, and a Yellow Bellied Woodpecker are at the feeder.

Grosbeaks are large-billed birds in the of families Finch and Cardinal. The Rose-Breasted Grosbeak the male is strikingly colored; black and white with a bright-pink breast spot. When observed flying away you can see the prominent white wing bar across it's back.

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Rose Breasted Grosbeak

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