I may earn commissions if you shop through the affiliate links on this page. These links help support this website and keeps the content free. Thank you for your support!

This is the first year we’ve had pine grosbeaks regularly at the feeder, sometimes up to 6 at a time. It’s been at least 8 days in a row now, so I’m hopeful they’ll be hanging around for the winter. They’re a nice break from the redpolls and chickadees. We don’t get a lot of birds that stick out the winter here so it’s nice to be seeing some variety.

Pine grosbeak at Audubon

Puffing himself out to stay warm.

Add a comment

*Please complete all fields correctly

Related Posts

A hiker on the Gulkana Glacier
Ice Crystals in R-Channels
Mt. Healy, High Blood Pressure, and Not COVID – July 2020
Follow Me
Tweet