Although most people’s wings have been clipped, our feathered friends can still be seen migrating on their journey north to breeding grounds! One of these beautiful birds is rarely seen on Seabrook Island only during the spring migration – the Rose-breasted Grosbeak. Several of our SIB members have reported seeing either the male or female grosbeak.
We had both male and female Rose-breasted Grosbeak at our feeder today. They Loved the cylinder suet food. I imagine going after the cranberries. The Red-winged Blackbirds kept chasing them away. I did get pictures of both of them.Patricia Schaefer
Thanks Patricia for sharing your beautiful photographs!
Have you seen a Rose-breasted Grosbeak on Seabrook Island? If you are interested to learn about other birds you might see migrating through Seabrook Island, refresh your memory by reading this blog from three years ago!
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Thanks, Patricia for update and photos! We’ve had 10 Rose-breasted Grosbeaks at our feeders in Atlanta for the past two weeks. Sometimes all 10 at once, and they wait for Aija to put the feeders out in the morning. They’re beautiful birds and entertain us everyday! Hope you all are well!