We have the Rose-breasted Grosbeak breeding in our area in Spring, … but this variety of Grosbeak is a stunningly colored bird as well, that ranges in our area during the winter months occasionally. Some years cone crops in northern coniferous forests are depleted, then these finches show up at feeders far south of their normal winter range.
Evening grosbeak breed in mature forests of northern North America in trees and forests such as spruce/fir, pine/oak, and juniper forests. Most will be found in Canada.
I have never had one at my feeder that I am aware, but they do like platform feeders with sunflower seed which I do offer in my garden. These birds were found at Algonquin Provincial Park, Whitney, Ontario, Canada.