[birdky] One more comment on R-B Grosbeaks

Since everyone has been commenting on the R-B Grosbeaks, I thought I would join 
the bandwagon.  I live in Berea.  The male came to my feeder about two weeks 
ago, then the female came alone for several days.  Now they are both feeding, 
mostly together, several times a day.  I moved here last August from coastal NC 
(Wilmington) and am totally new to this area.  This is the first time I have 
seen them (ever), so am very excited.  I had a male Rufous-sided towhee last 
week and a consistent pair of Downey Woodpeckers and Cardinals, a couple of 
days of Thrashers, but mainly the usual visitors.

I've already learned a lot from all of you regarding good places to see birds.  
If you're going out and don't mind an additional person, please let me know.  I 
used to go out with a group in Indnpls (Bud Starling and others) many years 
ago.  I "managed" a blue bird box in my backyard in Wilmington, NC for the last 
six years.

Thanks,
Betsy Clute
Berea, KY
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