Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Rose Breasted Grosbeak

Thanks to the help of some friends I now know that the bird in the last blog is a Rose Breasted Grosbeak. It's rare to find here and must have wandered outside it's normal range. Thanks everyone for the help.

5 comments:

Tricia said...

Glad the mystery bird was identified OC. How wonderful to have something unusual visiting you - nice one :D

Roses and Lilacs said...

I just came from another blog featuring RBG's. The males are wonderful singers in the spring.
Marnie

oldcrow61 said...

Tricia, yes, it's always exciting to see something new.
Marnie, I'm wondering now if I'll ever see another one in the spring. Hopefully a male. Would love to hear him sing.

Bimbimbie said...

Love the little fairy doors you made. Have you heard or seen any more from your visiting bears - I hope they have moved on under their own steam and not by a cage.

Have a lovely time in Ontario, have you packed your camera*!*

oldcrow61 said...

Bimbimbie, we found out that two of the bears have been captured and relocated. There hasn't been any sign of more so hopefully that will be the end of it for this season. I'll be off to St. John's to stay at my daughters for about two and a half weeks. She's the one going to Ontario, lol.