What is this Bird
On March 9 I had a group of small birds (about 10-15) eating sunflower seeds at my feeders. They were about the size of a finch or warbler, approximately 4-5 inches long. The male was mostly a dull burnt orange(not a bright orange) with grayish wings, and the female had the same grayish wings but the body was a dull olive color. Both had a dull grayish streak on the head running through the eye area. The beak was fairly heavy, but not as heavy as, say, a grosbeak. The upper beak had a slight hook on the end, and the birds were very adept at cracking open a sunflower seed while it was in the beak. These birds were unusually tame, allowing me to approach within two feet, and I even fed one of the males by placing sunflower seeds in my hand. Unfortunately I was not able to get a picture before they left. My location is in central Wisconsin, rural, with a mixture of mostly pine and oak trees.