The Snow Bunting breeds farther north than any other songbird in the world. Flocks of Snow Buntings descend on local coastlines during the cold winter months. They are typically seen in parking lots, roadsides, and grassy areas. They forage the ground and snow covered grassy areas for seeds and grains. In the winter months, the Snow Bunting has white underparts and a colorful combination of soft light brown upperparts with a yellowish bill. A flock was seen on a snow covered lawn on Menauhant Road in East Falmouth near the southeast corner of Great Pond.
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