>>>Birdsong: Rose-breasted grosbeaks

Birdsong: Rose-breasted grosbeaks

Rose-breasted Grosbeaks are described as stocky medium-sized finches. They nest in small woodlands, extensive forests and even in suburbs adjacent to woodland. Like cardinals they are primarily seedeaters although they utilize insects as a protein source for young birds. Their call is robin-like, but somewhat higher-pitched. Put up a black oil sunflower feeder and you will likely have them as a regular visitor.

By | 2012-05-28T19:47:59+00:00 May 28th, 2012|Wild Places by Carl Kurtz|1 Comment

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