Rose-breasted Grosbeak

by Elaine Zimney
(Cumming, Georgia)

He appeared April 23, 2015 and is still coming to eat. We have a four prong bird feeder with Seed Cakes for Woodpeckers, Cardinals, etc. A lot of sunflower and black oil seeds. The last time they came to visit was in 1998. We are so glad they are back along with the Towhees!

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May 09, 2015
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Still here! NEW
by: Kathy in North Bama

We have had a pair at our feeder and the female is still here as of May 9th!

Apr 28, 2015
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ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK NEW
by: Brook

Thanks for sharing, the thrill ones gets from bird watching is contagious and difficult to contain.

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