The Pine Grosbeak A Winter Visitor

A few years ago, when we had an extremely cold winter with loads of snow, a flock of Pine Grosbeaks descended upon our bird feeder. Unfamiliar with the bird, I had to look them up to identify them. They stayed for a couple of weeks before departing and I’ve yet to see them again!

pin grosbeak

Click here to download the Pine Grosbeak felt ornament pattern (right click and select “save target as” to save to your computer).

pin grosbeak pattern

 

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