Category - Pornstar
Rose-breasted grosbeaks fly from north american breeding grounds to central and northern south america. Most of them fly across the gulf of mexico in a single night, although some migrate over land around the gulf. In leafy woodlands of the east, the rose-breasted grosbeak often stays out of sight among the treetops. However, its song -- rich whistled phrases, like an improved version of the american robins voice -- is heard frequently in spring and summer. Where the range of this species overlaps with that of the black-headed grosbeak on the great plains, the two sometimes interbreed. During this time of year we are lucky to have two very special seasonal feathered friends in our area - the rose-breasted grosbeak and the indigo bunting. The rose-breasted grosbeak is a common american songbird and is one of the five species of grosbeaks that are found in the continent of north america. These birds are strikingly beautiful, and are known for their vibrant coloration. However, the females look completely different from the male, very much like a brown streaky sparrow. Bursting with black, white, and rose-red, male rose-breasted grosbeaks are like an exclamation mark at your bird feeder or in your binoculars. Females and immatures are streaked brown and white with a bold face pattern and enormous bill.