Rose Breasted Grosbeak in Sprinboro ohio

For the past 2 weeks we have been more than excited to see not ONE but TWO male Rose Breasted Grosbeaks. And now, today May 11, 2017 we encountered our first Female Rose Breasted grosbeak... !!!

They have been attracted to our tray feeder which we fill with a mix of cracked corn and black oil sunflower seeds. The males have also fed on the ground from underneath another house feeder which consist of the same mix.

We have read that they dont stay very long, which in fact we haven't seen the males in 2 full days, until today when the female showed up. 😄


(I tried uploading a few photos, but my cell phone gallery is not compadable with this website 😕)

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by: roma

hi, i was going thru and deleting old emails when i realized no one responded to you. since anyone can respond, and many people visit this site, i assumed you would have had a response.

i live on the west coast and we don,t have this lovely bird so thanks for sharing.

please join in on others questions, i don,t know much about eastern birds.

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