The junco neighborhood was a populous part of our calling district.
Its nesting habits and eggs do not differ from those of the Pink-sided junco.
He was soon rejoicing in the discovery of a junco's nest near the foundations of the old house.
Similar to the Pink-sided junco but duller colored; eggs probably the same.
I send you a white Reed chock by name some kind of junco or litle sort thereof I haue had another very white when fresh.
Resembles the Pink-sided junco but is smaller, darker and duller colored.
When the summer birds have left for the South the junco comes from the North.
"They haven't any big animals here," said the junco to the Snow Bunting.
The little bird who, like the junco, followed her instincts, failed to note the difference between the house and the rocks.
A nest of the junco was found on the rafters of a barn in Connecticut.
1706, from Spanish junco "reed, bush," as in junco ave "reed sparrow," a bird of the Indies.