8 thoughts on “Birds Vol 1 #4 – The Rose-Breasted Grosbeak

    • Thanks for the compliment. I also did not know of the night songs, but we don’t see them here, at least I haven’t seen any. Our night singer is the Mockingbird.


  1. I love the Rose-Breasted Grosbeak! My parents and I try to keep our eyes open for it about this time every spring. Some years they just don’t make it into our neck of the woods, but it’s a real treat when they do. Although I always like to imagine that their red patch is from spilling juice down their fronts! :D


  2. I love the rosebreasted grosbeak. The males just appeared at my feeder in NE ohio abouy one week ago. Today I found one dead at the feeder with no apparent injury. Any clues to its death? I was heartbroken


    • Sorry, but I wouldn’t have a clue. Was it injured or looked like something had attacked it? Maybe it had hit a window and then made it as far as the feeder.


      • Did not appear attacked, just found dead on the ground below the feeder. such a beautiful bird. I wait all winter for it’s arrival. Will it’s mate be Ok? I know a had two males at my feeder.


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