Pretty Birds! Grosbeak at the Feeder

Two new birds for us here at Wild Ozark. We’ve never seen either of these before. They’re both males.

Blue Grosbeak
Blue Grosbeak
Rose-breasted Grosbeak
Rose-breasted Grosbeak


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2 Replies to “Pretty Birds! Grosbeak at the Feeder”

  1. Nice! I actually got a couple shots today of a male cardinal…with my cell phone. 🙂 He and his missus happened to be perched on the butterfly bush (at least last year’s dead branches of it) right outside our living room window and I managed to get my phone over there without scaring them off. Quite an accomplishment! Usually they spot a person and are gone in a flash.

    janet

    1. Great job! The cardinals here are so skittish too, and I rarely get good pics of any sort of animal because they move so much. At least plants stay put if the wind isn’t blowing, lol.

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