Hi All,

We typically see quite a few at our feeders but this year we have more than 
usual. Yesterday we had 7 males and 5 females. Could see a repeat of that today!

David McCartt
Richford

On May 13, 2019, at 11:33 AM, AB Clark 
<anneb.cl...@gmail.com<mailto:anneb.cl...@gmail.com>> wrote:

HI all

I just want to note that
a) I have had more males than usual but that means 3, plus several females- in 
a rural area- and
b) Bluewing bird listers in Broome have sent out 3 or 4 messages about 
unusual/rare/first time visits from RB grosbeaks at their in-town feeders.

Hearing both lists with similar reports is like hearing echoes!

On May 13, 2019, at 11:27 AM, Deborah Schmidle 
<d...@cornell.edu<mailto:d...@cornell.edu>> wrote:

Although I don't live downtown, I live about 5 minutes from Cornell. I have had 
a male at my feeder for over a week now. I think I have seen one maybe three 
times in the past 15 years and then it was usually only for a day.  I have 
never had one stay for so long. A real treat.
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I had one male on Saturday morning at my fall creek home. He wasn’t eating the 
seeds and just seemed to be resting. This is the second time I’ve seen a 
rose-breasted grosbeak at my house in the last 5 years – so, they are 
definitely rare in downtown areas.



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2 male rose breasted grosbeaks at my downtown southside feeder gorging
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