Two pairs of Rose-breasted Grosbeaks are coming to the suet feeders since Thursday, May 9th. Many of my local birding friends reported them too. We usually do not see them but a few days in the spring, but they do nest next locally. Both the male and female were in site on two different feeders on first siting. They look like two different species in their plumage. This morning an Oriole came to our humming bird feeder, hope to see more of him.
Male on a sunny day near the feeders.
Male Rose-breasted Grosbeak usually eat sunflowers at our feeders.
Female Rose-breasted Grosbeak, looking at the male.at the other feeder.