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Posts tagged “Black-headed Grosbeak

Grosbeak

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A female Black-headed Grosbeak (Pheucticus melanocephalus)


Black Head

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A Black-headed Grosbeak (Pheucticus melanocephalus)


Confused

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An Immature male Black-headed Grosbeak (Pheucticus melanocephalus) flew in a couple of days ago. He is still looking quite confused as to what he’s supposed to do. Usually when he flies in, the little bird fly away and leave him to guess at his next move. He’ll soon catch on!


Contemplation

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A male Black-headed Grosbeak ( Pheucticus melanocephalus) contemplating, well, me!


In For Millet

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A Black-headed Grosbeak (Pheucticus melanocephalus) drops into our yard from a nearby Cedar tree to enjoy the Millet that we put out for the birds. He’s a very handsome fellow!


Mr. G.

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As promised, here is the male of the species to yesterdays post. The Black-headed Grosbeak (Pheucticus melanocephalus.) They are quite shy and will take flight at any noise.


The Beautiful Mrs. G.

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We have had a pair of Black-headed Grosbeaks (Pheucticus melanocephalus) in our backyard area for the past number of years. This week they returned and I’m happy to see them.


Grosbeak

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A pretty little Black-headed Grosbeak immature male, checks out the action at the feeder. We have had quite a brood of these lovely birds this year.  Mum & Dad were definitely busy!


Pretty

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A fledgling Black-headed Grosbeak female.

 


Beauty

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A male Black-headed Grosbeak.  This guy and his mate have been in our yard for about four summers now.  They have a nest nearby and are usual visitors to our feeders.

Such a beautiful bird!


Fledgling

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A fledgling Black-headed Grosbeak.


Curious

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A Black-headed Grosbeak fledgling hen.


Welcome Back

A Black-headed Grosbeak.  This is the third year they have come to our yard.  I think they have established a nest territory with the nest close by.

A Black-headed Grosbeak. This is the third year they have come to our yard. I think they have established a nest territory with the nest close by.