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Have you seen a Rose-breasted Grosbeak at your feeder this spring? This is a large attractive finch with black and white upperparts and a red breast. Check out these photos from Surfbirds of females (brown) and males (black and white).
Q: First time sighting of a beautiful soft yellow bellied, bright yellow tipped tail. Two small bright red tips on back. Most distinctive black marking around eyes resembling a mask. Similar to a cardinal in size. seen eating viburnim berries in south central Wisconsin in a group of about 40. April 20th. Body color is soft grey,as they blended perfectly in our white oaks.
A: Your birds were Cedar Waxwings (they get their name from the red tips on their wings like drops of sealed wax). Check out these photos in the Surfbirds galleries
Check out this simple photo ID gallery