Date: 10/28/20 7:08 am
From: Jim Felley <jdfelley...>
Subject: [MDBirding] Re: Evening Grosbeaks
My experience with Evening Grosbeaks (yes, limited!) is that when they
irrupt from the north, they fly a LOT! Listen for their deep flocking
chirps and if you hear them, heads up! They may not stick around for
long.

Jim

Jim Felley
Gaithersburg, MD

On Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at 3:27:47 PM UTC-4 <rndo......> wrote:

> I am almost positive I heard Evening Grosbeaks this afternoon, but was
> unable to get a visual observation or a recording to confirm. I then went
> on eBird to see if others had reported them and learned that Kipp reported
> some yesterday a scant 1.5 miles from our home in Damascus. Will be setting
> up a prominent platform feeder shortly!
>
> Cheers,
> Ryan Douglas
>
> On Monday, October 26, 2020 at 9:37:44 AM UTC-4 Kipp Lunt wrote:
>
>> Had a flock of at least 7-8 Evening Grosbeaks at our feeders this morning
>> outside Damascus.
>>
>> Kipp Lunt
>> Gaithersburg, MD
>>
>

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