In bird feeder

by Becky
(Bloomington, IL, USA)

Black feathers, white chest with red at the top and white beak. We live in the country. Never have seen one here before.

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May 15, 2017
New to our feeder
by: Anonymous

Had one visit out feeder today! Beautiful bird, never seen this o e before!
Ashland, Va

May 15, 2017
Saw our first one today
by: Anonymous

We had one on our feeder this morning in The Northern Neck of Virginia.

May 15, 2017
Cool visitor today
by: NoviceBirder

Male rose breasted grosbeak - Peoria IL

May 13, 2017
Same bird
by: Anonymous

We saw a brand-new bird today black feathers white breast yellow beak iand a little bit of red - beautiful bird
Owing a mills

May 11, 2017
Germantown Hills Illinois
by: Debbie Reed

We had one at our feeder today. We had never seen one before today. Beautiful bird.

May 06, 2017
We have one too
by: Anonymous

I've never seen him before today and he just showed up at the bird feeder here in southern Illinois.

May 06, 2017
I have 2 of them !!
by: Anonymous

I have never seen these before - but I just had 2 at my bird feeder. Looked them up on this sight and found them in seconds ! Great site !

May 05, 2017
Rose-breasted Grosbeak Male
by: Anonymous

Your bird is a male Rose--Breasted grosbeak! Lucky you!

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