The juvenile male Rose-breasted Grosbeak continues to visit my Seattle backyard, at least every other day, sometimes multiple times per day. He seems to prefer the morning and the late afternoon, frequently stopping in for a snack just before sundown between 3:30 and 4:30.
Feel free to come by and watch for him. The best viewing is from the wooden gate on the North-west corner of the duplex (1900/1902 N 55th st). Birders are welcomed to watch from the side yard, standing behind the gate, or even around the other side of the house if he is better viewed from there.
He usually approaches from along the block to the northwest, sometimes visible in the birch and pine trees, and often spending time in bushes the yard just to the northwest across the wooden fence. In my yard he spends time sitting on the tube sunflower feeder, on the ground beneath it, or in the surrounding trees and bushes.
He came by 3 times this morning between 8:30 and 9:30, and I was able to get some fun video of him feeding on the ground by poking my camera out of the (normally blocked) cat door. I'm happy to report that his bill is looking to be in better shape than it did when he initially showed up on 12/16/2017. Check out the video here: https://youtu.be/MLYDTkolG5w
I have heard a couple of complaints from my neighbor in the other side of the duplex that some folks have been a little loud for his liking, so I'd request that anyone who comes by tries to keep conversations to a "library volume" while waiting for the bird to make an appearance.