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evening grosbeak

  1. Evening Grosbeaks

    Evening Grosbeaks

    Always a heart warming sight.
  2. Evening Grosbeak

    Evening Grosbeak

    A species that has become quite uncommon in my garden. Evening grosbeaks used come frequently in in large numbers but for the last 20 years they have almost disappeared. This year they are back although in low numbers compared to the old days.
  3. Evening Grosbeaks

    Evening Grosbeaks

    Had a large flock of Evening Grosbeaks drop in yesterday. This is a small part of that.
  4. Evening Grosbeak

    Evening Grosbeak

    Always a pleasure when these birds show up.
  5. Evening Grosbeak Male

    Evening Grosbeak Male

    Always a pleasure to see these birds show up.
  6. Evening Grosbeak female

    Evening Grosbeak female

    Hope everyone is staying well.
  7. Evening Grosbeak

    Evening Grosbeak

    Three of these beauties have been enjoying the sunflower hearts for a few days. This is through the window unfortunately.
  8. Battling Gorbeaks

    Battling Gorbeaks

    A pair of male Grosbeaks arguing over feeding area.
  9. Evening Grosbeak Female

    Evening Grosbeak Female

    This one is a bit unusual because of the matching white markings on her head. Usually the females heads are a uniform colour
  10. Evening Grosbeak Male

    Evening Grosbeak Male

  11. Evening Grosbeak Female

    Evening Grosbeak Female

    Pretty lady
  12. Evening Grosbeaks

    Evening Grosbeaks

    A couple Male Evening Grosbeaks jousting for position. It looks like a gentle nuzzling, but in reality it was a quick flurry of thrusts and snaps at each other with those formidable beaks.
  13. Leucistic Evening Grosbeak

    Leucistic Evening Grosbeak

    HOLY CROW! Well, it's not a crow, but a really beautiful leucistic Evening Grosbeak. My wife spotted it this morning, and said in a loud stage whisper "BILL! Grab your camera and get over here and BE QUIET! DON'T SCARE IT!!" lol Unfortunately it was only there for about a minute.
  14. Evening Grosbeaks

    Evening Grosbeaks

    When I saw this, I thought "That would make a great Christmas Tree for a birder."
  15. Evening Grosbeak Male

    Evening Grosbeak Male

    Handsome Lad
  16. Evening Grosbeak female

    Evening Grosbeak female

    Lovely lady
  17. Evening Grosbeak Pair

    Evening Grosbeak Pair

    A gorgeous couple
  18. Evening Grosbeak

    Evening Grosbeak

    Always a pleasure to see these beauts drop by for a visit. A much needed splash of colour in an otherwise drab landscape this time of year.
  19. Evening Grosbeak

    Evening Grosbeak

    This male is just finishing off a sunflower seed.
  20. Evening Grosbeak Male

    Evening Grosbeak Male

    I guess I tend to post a lot of Grosbeak photos. But they are such handsome birds, and when they pose in such a pretty setting, how can I ignore them?
  21. Jousting Evening Grosbeak Males

    Jousting Evening Grosbeak Males

    Grabbing and gripping each other's beaks for possession of a position on a branch near the feeder, and possibly also the female that was dining there.
  22. Rrose Breasted Grosbeak female

    Rrose Breasted Grosbeak female

    A semi rare visiter. A bird I might see maybe once or twice a year, some years not at all. Was very excited to see this girl. Maybe she will attract a mate and they will nest nearby. She ignored sunflower seed feeders and continually dined on suet cakes, which surprised me. That's something I...
  23. Evening Grosbeak Female

    Evening Grosbeak Female

    Have a good number of both male and female Evening Grosbeaks coming to the feeders daily. They are beautiful birds and a real joy to see.
  24. Soggy Evening Grosbeak

    Soggy Evening Grosbeak

    Looking a bit grumpy after 3 straight days of heavy rain
  25. Evening Grosbeak Female

    Evening Grosbeak Female

    Always a pleasure to see these almost tropical looking birds showing up. Gives some much needed colour to our winter gripped yard.
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