Evening Grosbeak


(Coccothraustes vespertinus)

Evening Grosbeak, a garrishly-colored and unusually large finch, often visits feeders in large groups which can empty a feeder in short order. Although numbers have greatly declined in the east, it is still a familiar backyard bird in local parts of the west.

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