This is the Bird of the Day! I have never seen a bird like this around here. I looked it up and it is a Rose Breasted Grosbeak. Are these birds usually found in Northeastern Ohio? I am sharing the pictures I got of it before it flew away. It was exciting to see this beautiful bird in my backyard. I wish it would come back. Sincerely, Rosealee in North Canton, Ohio
They prefer young deciduous woodlands with an open canopy, overgrown field edges, old pastures, shrubby roads, railroad rights-of-way, parks, or older residential areas.
At the feeders, Rose-breasted Grosbeaks like sunflower and safflower seeds and nuts. So even if you live outside their nesting territory you may still catch one visiting during spring or fall migration if you keep your feeders stocked.
You can view the range map at: http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/rose-breasted_grosbeak/id