Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Wild Bird Wed.rose breasted grosbeaks

The rose breasted grosbeak is a bird who migrates through Pa.in May on their way north to breed & then again in Sept.flying through to the south.You cannot miss their clink clink call as they even call in the dead of night.This year they arrived as usual in Sept.,but there are still a few yet here into Nov.,I`m guessing because the weather has been so warm still so there are alot of insects & berries left for them to linger a little longer.

The pictures I took last year was of one who came to the feeder alot, however none came to the feeder this year,instead chosing to hide in the grape arbor & in amongst the trees here in the woods .The pictures I was able to get this year are a little blurry & were taken during a hike in some farmlands where they were flying everywhere through the weeds.


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This field was full of the grosbeaks,I cropped & enlarged to show them close up

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8 comments:

Les Fous du Cap said...

Très belle série ;-)
Céline & Philippe

JoJo said...

Aw aren't they cute!!! I wonder if we have any up here in New England.

Debra said...

I love these birds-and your photos are great. They are almost tame here-I can get very close to them.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Have always wanted to see a rose-breasted grosbeak!! Thanks for the virtual look.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

When I spot them here in my part of the world, they definitely ARE busy birds...flitting everywhere!! Great photos of the pretty gal.

Jessi Lashakmitis said...

You took an Amazing pictures!!! These birds are so beautiful!!!! Thanks for sharing it with us.
Carrie

Tony McGurk said...

Some cute birdies Phyllis

Denise inVA said...

Sweet birds! Always find them so uplifting. Thank you for your visit to my blog. Very much appreciated :) Happy New Year!