Which is more beautiful -- the male or female Rose-breasted Grosbeak? Sure, males stand out with their bright red chests, but as you can see in the photos below, females are striking too. We found the pictures in our galleries.
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ROSIE: This male was visiting a feeder in the Florida backyard of rstrick11 during spring migration.
LOOK: Bill McMullen snapped this shot of a female perched on a moss-covered stump in Prescott-Russell, Ontario, Canada.
FLY! A white-bellied male flashes the red under its outstretched wings. Paddler took the photo.
HUNGRY: Mnoasis33 reports that this female visited the backyard feeder for only a short time.
BEAUTY: A blooming apple tree fills the background of this portrait by Daniel Cadieux.
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