I’d say a singing rose-breasted grosbeak on February 25 is extremely unusual. 

Wow. 

Linda Orkin.
Ithaca  ny. 

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> A male Rosebreasted Grosbeak just flew into the red maple in front of me as 
> we pulled into our driveway. Is this unusually early?
> He is singing as I type!
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> Colleen Richards
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