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Evening Grosbeak

Evening Grosbeak

 

The Evening Grosbeak is actually a large finch, a fact that many people don't realize! During the winter, the male Evening Grosbeak's brightly colored feathers make it easy to see at bird feeders.

 

The bill of the Evening Grosbeak is so strong that the bird uses it like a nutcracker to eat its favorite nuts and fruit pits.

 

 

 

 

Nesting Habits of the Evening Grosbeak

 

Wild Bird Library - Evening Grosbeak - Nesting

The Evening Grosbeak builds nests resembling small plates or saucers, constructed of small sticks and lined with soft materials such as grass and pine needles.

 

The female Evening Grosbeak generally lays 3-4 light blue eggs that have brown markings.

 

 

 

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