Pine Grosbeaks are large finches (about the size of an American Robin) that breed in coniferous forests in northern parts of North America, Scandinavia, and Russia. Males, like our beauty here, have lovely reddish plumage contrasted black, more... gray, and white. Pine Grosbeaks are gregarious. During the winter they may be nomadic, moving around depending on food sources. Some years they are found much further south than their typical habitat. This phenomenon is known as an irruption. This is our totally cute Birdorable Pine Grosbeak!