Montana Outdoor Portrait: Pine grosbeak

By | November 30, 2018


This story is featured in Montana Outdoors November-December 2018 issue A clear, querulous quee-queet rings out from a snow-covered mountain ash tree, where several sleek, plump pine grosbeaks feed on wrinkled berries. They eat the seeds and drop the skin and pulp, peppering the snow underneath with orange flecks.

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