Video of Grosbeak

by Fred
(Ohio)





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Here is the camera that Fred uses:
Wingscapes WSCA02 Birdcam 2.0 8MP Digital Camera With Flash Plus 4 Gigabyte SD Memory Card With Card reader Including D-Cell Battery Alkaline Twin PackDigital Cameras)

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May 03, 2011
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First sighting of red-breasted grosbeak
by: Steph & Joe

Today, May 3,2011 we saw our first red-breasted grosbeak...in western New York ! He was very beautiful and lingered quite awhile. I had to look him up to identify him. Our platform feeder has mixed seed with sunflower seeds, fruit, nuts. I put in misc bread products, too. I sure hope he comes back!

May 01, 2011
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by: Roger of Muscatine Iowa

Very nice videos. Snapped a picture of a Grosbeak yesterday and posted it tonight. First one I've ever seen. Very pretty bird and very vocal. Thanks for posting

Apr 29, 2011
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Neat videos
by: Judy-Seattle

Hi Fred! I enjoyed your videos. Those red-breasted grosbeaks are gorgeous. Everyone east of the Mississippi are writing about having them at their feeders. I am beginning to get jealous! We don't have them here. :-(

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