Some expert local birders spotted a female or immature Rose-breasted Grosbeak along the Pajaro River at southern edge of Santa Clara Co. I was there photographing a few days later, and got these four pictures -- the first three of the same bird within a short time span, the fourth one taken later of a bird two other expert local birders had in their scopes and were calling a probable Rose-breasted. None of these are good photographs, but I post them here for identification purposes. Looks like all four might be the same bird; it has the pale bill, white supercilium, and streaking all the way across the front that suggests Rose-breasted, but on the other hand streaking looks more coarse on the fourth one. I'm not enough of an expert to have a useful opinion on the species ID.