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.

Comments for Saw quite a few rose breasted grosbeaks!

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Apr 27, 2014
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
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
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
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
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
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?

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Rose Breasted Grosbeak.



Coming Soon

Recent Articles

  1. New Jersey Backyard

    Jan 11, 17 10:20 AM

    Woke up yesterday morning to find a group of about a dozen of these large-breasted birds with proportionately small heads and a long tail. Suburban Southern

    Read More

  2. L Spence

    Dec 31, 16 08:25 PM

    I live near Albany, New York and I was wondering why these past 2 years we haven't seen any cardinals. Is it because the winters have been to mild. The

    Read More

  3. North Central Minnesota

    Dec 31, 16 08:23 PM

    We have lived in this home for 12 years and have had a pair of Pileateds coming to our feeders every year all winter long. They are here all year round.

    Read More