New bird at the feeder, can anyone identify?

by Jeanne
(Long Island, NY)

black head, white belly, stubby beak, red patch on neck... black and white speckled tail and wings. Fearless... does not budge from the feeder when bigger and more aggressive grackles and mockingbirds try to take control of the feeder.

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May 05, 2014
:D NEW
by: Jeanne

Thank you!!! Spunky little bird...

May 05, 2014
Rose-Breasted grosbeak NEW
by: Anonymous

So handsome!

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