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- Rosy-red, triangular breast patch
- Black head and upperparts
- White underparts
- White patches in wing
- White spots in black tail
- Rosy-red wing linings
Prefers northern deciduous woods, but is often seen in
suburbs and old orchards.
The Rose-breasted Grosbeak is common in the Atlanta
area during spring and fall migration. They are frequent visitors
to bird feeders.