This bird has been reportedly found in the following regions:
Klamath River, California
Traverse City, Michigan
Seeley Lake, Montana
Durham, North Carolina (2 reports)
Adair Village, Oregon
Lake Goodwin, Washington
|Positive ||adelbertcat ||On Dec 29, 2008, adelbertcat from Klamath River, CA wrote:
The pair of Evening Grosbeaks I've seen at Hamburg are migrants and I only see them a couple days in the Spring and again in the Fall.
|Positive ||audsrz ||On Dec 31, 2010, audsrz from Traverse City, MI
(Zone 5a) wrote:
Although not common, they do nest in this region. They love black sunflower seed, but will also eat small fruits (flowering crab) and nuts.
|Positive ||wovnbskt ||On Jul 11, 2011, wovnbskt from Durham, NC wrote:
Around Christmas,1997, I was living in Cary, NC. There was a flock of Evening Grosbeaks that fed at my bird feeders several times. This has been the only tme I have seen them in this area. My feeders contained a song bird mix that was largely black oil sunflower seeds, safflower seeds, dried cherries and peanuts.
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