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R o s e - B r e a s t e d G r o s b e a k

The male rose-breasted grosbeak has black and white plumage and a red breast patch. The female has streaked brown and white plumage. This grosbeak forages in trees, searching for seeds, buds, blossoms and insects. It is particularly fond of beetles. The nest is made on a low branch of a small tree or bush, usually by the female.