Girl in the basement
The Girl In The Basement (Stripped Acoustic Version)
American Evening Grosbeak (Hesperiphona vespertina)
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The girl in the basement
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Vespertina Transmigração Astral
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American evening grosbeak
The American evening grosbeak is a species of birds from the Finch family.
The nesting area of the evening American grosbeak is coniferous and mixed forests throughout Canada and the western highlands of the United States and Mexico. The birds were extremely rare in the British Isles; only two records of such an event are known.
The nest is built on a horizontal branch or in a fork in a tree.
Migration of birds is variable, in some winters they can fly far enough to the south, to the southern states of the United States.
The American evening grosbeak is 18.5 cm long. The adult has a short black tail, black wings and a large pale tail. The adult male has a bright yellow forehead and body, his head is brown, and a large white spot is noticeable on the wing. The adult female is mostly olive brown, grayer on the underparts and with white spots on the wings.
These birds feed on trees and bushes, sometimes on the ground. They mainly eat seeds, berries and insects. Outside the nesting season, they often feed in flocks.
File: Coccothraustes-vespertinus-001 Evening Grosbeak .jpg | Female in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada
File: Evening Male jpg | Male Grosbeak Evening Grosbeak in Truchas, New Mexico
File: Evening Dubonos 3.jpg | Female in Winter, Gatineau Park, Quebec, Canada
File: Hesperiphona vespertina CT2.ogv | Sunflower Feeding Selects