Rose Breasted Grosbeak in Essexville, MI.

by Carole Sundquist
(Essexville, MI.)

I have been feeding birds in my backyard since 1988 and I saw this beautiful bird eating black oiled sunflower seeds on a cardinal flat feeder. I had to look it up in my bird book. At first I thought it was a woodpecker but checking my smartphone, it was this gorgeous rose Breasted Grosbeak. Hope it comes back.

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by: roma

hi, sorry no one appears to have responded to you. it,s great you got to see one, have you had any yet, or is it too early. they look like beautiful birds, we don,t have them in the west.

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