It was a snow-bunting, bringing them a greeting from the west coast, and their hearts grew warm within them at the welcome sound.
They differ from the snow-bunting of the far north, with which they must not be confounded.
A flock of snow-bunting fluttered and fed in a patch of dry seed-laden weeds.
I saw a snow-bunting yesterday, much higher up than the saxifrage; such a jolly, composed little fellow on a field of snow.
The first harbinger of spring we saw this year was a snow-bunting, which made its appearance on the evening of April 25th.
As a snow-bunting flew from twig to twig, Mary caught the flutter of his tiny wings.
Once only Clarke shot a snow-bunting, a little bird hardly bigger than a sparrow.
The sea-gulls circled about, and the snow-bunting whirled around the floes of ice on which the new-fallen snow lay and glittered.
Captain Lyon found a child's grave partly uncovered, and a snow-bunting had built its nest upon the infant's bosom.
It made but one mouthful, to be sure, but it was quite as good as a snow-bunting would have been.