Rose Breasted Grosbeak in San Marcos, TX

May 3, 2016. Hung onto the side of a bird feeder containing sunflower seeds and mixture of other small seeds. Did not attempt to eat, ignored smaller birds flying to the feeder and eating at other feeder openings. First time to see this particular bird.

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May 14, 2017
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Gluttons NEW
by: Carten@charter.net

They are a pain.....hog the feeders aLL the time...Have designed a feeder to limit their gluttony.......





May 04, 2016
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rose breasted grosbeak in san marcos, tx NEW
by: Brook

The more people share their excitement at seeing them makes me wish we had them in the PNW, we only have the Black-headed and the evening grosbeaks here but they stay throughout nesting season

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