Saw quite a few rose breasted grosbeaks!

by Jennifer
(Tupelo, MS)

I live in Tupelo, MS and looked out the window at our hopper style feeder hung from an oak branch and saw at least 4 male grosbeaks at and around the feeder on April 25th. We use typical songbird blend food with black oil sunflower seeds being one of the components.

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Apr 27, 2014
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Saw quite a few rose breasted grosbeaks! NEW
by: Bettie Watts

Hi Neighbor... We live in Lafayette County and haven't seen the rose breasted yet but we have seen the Blue Grosbeak and an indigo bunting today!

Apr 26, 2014
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Rose Breasted Grosbeaks NEW
by: Barbara

My friend who lives here in central Ohio took a pic of a rose breasted grosbeak this week. She was pretty excited and it was beautiful!

Apr 26, 2014
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saw quite a few rose breaseted grosbeaks! NEW
by: Brook

We don't have Rose Breasted Grosbeaks here in the Pacific Northwest, they are a beautiful bird and you are very lucky! I see a lot of postings of sitings, are they showing up in places where they have not been seen before and are they more numerous this season?

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