Male Pine Grosbeak, Pinicola enucleator montana - winter plumage
Other Names: none
Distribution: subarctic forests in summer; southern Alaska, Canada, and the northern United States in winter.
Size: 20-25 cm in length.
Plumage: Adults have a long forked black tail, black wings with white wing bars and a large bill. Males have a rose-red to pink head, back and rump. Females are olive-yellow on the head and rump, and gray on the back and undersides. Young birds are a more uniform gray. The legs, beak, and eyes are black.
Adult Female Pine Grosbeak - winter plumage