Finally, Mr. pine grosbeak plucked up courage to approach nearer.
Mr. pine grosbeak took him at his word, and plucked a hair from his back.
Finch, purple (Carpodacus purpureus), the alter ego of the pine grosbeak; song of.
It was years afterward before he learned that this was the young male pine grosbeak.
Unlike the snow bunting and the red-poll, however, the pine grosbeak is believed to breed sparingly in Northern New England.
The Parus hudsonicus is very abundant; so is the pine grosbeak, but in a shocking state of moult.
The bluebird and pine grosbeak have it too, but their much larger, trembling wings seem far less nervous.
Its original, the blue grosbeak, is an uncertain wanderer from the south, as the pine grosbeak is from the north.
Quiet returning hawks cross the valleys, and the pine grosbeak hastens past.