National Geographic : 1951 Jun
© National Geographic Society Kodachromes by Arthur A. Allen 806 Kodachrome byS.A.Grimes Evening Grosbeaks Prospect for Seeds . . . Sparrow Hawk Clings to a Fire Ruin WhereHe Lives inaFlicker's Dugout Evening grosbeak is a misnomer, the bird having been mistakenly described as a twilight singer. Male (top) and female summer inCanada. Sparrow hawk, smallest of native hawks, sometimes occupies back-yard bird boxes. His alias, killy hawk, comes from the cry, "Killy, killy, killy."