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By: Larry Weber, for the Duluth Budgeteer News
Q: I have been searching the Internet to try and find out what kind of bird this is. It is not shy and sits in our crabapple tree and watches us. It has a quiet chirp … and has been around (with 10 or more of its friends) for about three weeks.
Thank you for any help,
A: Denise, the bird is a Pine Grosbeak, a female. They appear to be more common in early winter when they come to the crabapples. However, I saw a flock of them on Jan. 17.