Rose-breasted Grosbeak: With bold patterns in rose, white, and black, the male can be identified quite easily. However, the female is striped and drab, and more difficult to spot, resembling a larger version of the finch or sparrow. Commonly occurring in forests, the song of the grosbeak resembles the robin's, except that it is more melodic and softer. The belly of the male is white, the chest is red, and it has a black hood. The bill is cone-shaped, pale, thick, and large.