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Bird Break: Rose-Breasted Grosbeak in East Texas

Last Friday I was staring out of my window when a rose-breasted grosbeak landed on my safflower feeder in East Texas. I’d never seen one before–they are migrating through Texas to the cool summer climates in the Northern US and Canada. He’s a stunner with a dark black hood, thick beak, rose-colored chest, and white belly. It and it took me half a day to get this short clip. I ended up taping my iPhone to the raccoon baffle and letting it film until he showed up again. Surprise ending. Enjoy.

	

3 comments on “Bird Break: Rose-Breasted Grosbeak in East Texas

  1. Marinated and grilled, they’re great eating but, it takes about 30 of them to make a decent meal.