First Sighting 6/22/2016 7:30am Connecticut

Was uncovering our 5 feeders this morning (racoons lol) and when I turned around there he was at one of the feeders. No fear from him. We feed a mixture of safflower seeds and songbird seed mix. So beautiful. Have lived here 30 years and this is a the first time visit from this beauty.

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Jun 23, 2016
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Torrington CT, 6/22/2016 Rosebreasted Grosbeak NEW
by: Karen

Realized yesterday after I posted that I neglected to state where in CT and the bird's name. I was so excited about seeing this new bird at our feeder and it was very early. Found out later from my father that he has seen this bird for the previous couple of days feeding on the ground outside his sitting room window.

Jun 23, 2016
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first sighting 6/22/2016 7:30am connecticut NEW
by: Brook

Hey, you got so excited in telling us about your first sighting of this beautiful bird you forgot to tell us what you saw. I bet it was a rose-breasted grosbeak though.

Jun 22, 2016
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But what did you sight??? NEW
by: Anonymous

You didn't mention the bird you sighted!

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