Looking for breakfast
this bird flew in this morning. To eat and hang around, We would like to know what it is.
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Blue Moonrise and Hood 07-31-2015
eyegoo says ... on Monday, May 31 at 7:18 PM
i stand corrected, agree on female black-headed grosbeak
quiet says ... on Friday, May 28 at 12:31 PM
A female Rose-breasted Grosbeak, unless he took the picture in Oregon in which case it would be a female Black-headed Grosbeak
The males of these species look very different, the females are much more similar looking.
Karen L. Dolley says ... on Friday, May 28 at 12:11 PM
Agree on the female black-headed grosbeak.
becky says ... on Wednesday, May 26 at 11:29 PM
black-headed grosbeak (female or juvenile)
jerryk says ... on Wednesday, May 26 at 8:28 AM
Thank you. We haven't seen this bird around our house before.
eyegoo says ... on Tuesday, May 25 at 10:40 PM
Looks like a "Stripe-Headed Sparrow"( Aimophila ruficauda)
not commonly seen here. Usually seen in lower Pacific slope of Mexico south to northwestern Costa Rica.
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