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The male rose-breasted grosbeak.

I had never seen this bird before, as it is not easy to see in the garden. For some reason, probably due to migrations, they come in waves and then depart. 30 more words


Early Summer Birds

I have a number of birds at my feeders. They Grey Catbirds have been around and are raising their young in a pine tree near the feeders. 116 more words



Some days you just have to drop everything and head to the beach! And what I like about the Pineries, is that after you’ve had your fill of sand and sun, you can wander off into the woods to look at the birds. 138 more words

Everyone Loves Grape Jelly

It is not just the orioles that like grape jelly. I continue to find a variety of birds at the jelly feeder. 6 more words


Sunrise Side Surprise

Northwoods Journal
Monday, July 6, 2015

It was already warm and humid when we got up in the morning. The forecast was calling for a hot day and they would be right. 1,724 more words


MM 2-18 : Rose-Breasted Grosbeak

This female Rose-Breasted Grosbeak (Pheucticus ludovicianus) slowly crept closer to me, almost like it wanted me to photograph it. Then as it got real close it flew off. 52 more words

Black And White Photography

Female RBG on patrol

Peekaboo, bird.

A female Rose-breasted Grosbeak watches us from a maple tree near the back deck and bird feeders. My husband was cooking dinner on the grill – a delicious chicken and sausage paella on the new Kamado Joe, in fact. 124 more words