Pine Siskins Appear Pictures & Images

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13.06.2017 0

Pine Siskin, 3/7/2013, Lake Sacajawea, Longview, WA

Pine Siskin, 3/7/2013, Lake Sacajawea, Longview, WA


08.05.2013 0

Pine Siskin Range Map

Pine Siskin Range Map


08.08.2013 2

Pine Siskin, happy to having winter food in my yard

Pine Siskin, happy to having winter food in my yard


26.03.2016 0

Redpoll female

Redpoll female


06.06.2013 0

Pine Siskin, finch family. Both sexes appear similar; males have more ...

Pine Siskin, finch family. Both sexes appear similar; males have more yellow plumage, visible during flight. They live in backyards and coniferous forests, and eat: seeds, nuts, vegetable shoots, rock salt and insects. Length: 5 inches.


20.09.2012 0

Pine Siskins and goldfinches

Pine Siskins and goldfinches


17.01.2015 0

Every few years FeederWatchers record a large movement of Pine Siskins...

Every few years FeederWatchers record a large movement of Pine Siskins into the lower 48 states. When siskins appear after a long absence, many FeederWatchers wonder where these gregarious finches came from and, following the winter, where do they go? The 2008-09 irruption Pine Siskins made a dramat...


16.12.2017 0

House Finch Adult female Brown back and wings Breast and flanks wi...

House Finch Adult female Brown back and wings Breast and flanks with brown streaking Plain face


19.03.2012 0

Lesser Redpoll. Traditionally a small finch of woodland and scrub, it ...

Lesser Redpoll. Traditionally a small finch of woodland and scrub, it appears that the Lesser Redpoll is now moving into our gardens. It has a streaky brown body, red forehead and black bib, and mostly feeds on seeds.


08.06.2018 0

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07.06.2016 0

Gloster Canaries

Gloster Canaries


07.11.2013 0

House Finch pair. I have seen two males and one female feeding from my...

House Finch pair. I have seen two males and one female feeding from my thistle together this spring.


17.03.2012 1

Chipping Sparrow Marlborough NH

Chipping Sparrow Marlborough NH


19.03.2012 0

The House Finch is a recent introduction from western into eastern Nor...

The House Finch is a recent introduction from western into eastern North America (and Hawaii), but it has received a warmer reception than other arrivals like the European Starling and House Sparrow. That’s partly due to the cheerful red head and breast of males, and to the bird’s long, twitteri...


19.01.2013 1

Song sparrow

Song sparrow


16.02.2014 0

Song Sparrow - when he sings his unique song, I know Spring is really ...

Song Sparrow - when he sings his unique song, I know Spring is really here. I love to watch the birds. They are such wonderful parents, constantly flying back and forth to take care of their young. It was one of my mother's favorite birds as well.


02.04.2016 0

Wild Birds Unlimited: The difference was between the House Finch and t...

Wild Birds Unlimited: The difference was between the House Finch and the Purple Finch


21.01.2014 0

Dark-eyed Junco - took us a while to figure this one out! Photo court...

Dark-eyed Junco - took us a while to figure this one out! Photo courtesy of www.allaboutbirds.org/guide. Photo by Darin Ziegler


17.02.2012 0

tufted Titmouse...when this bird finds a large seed it will carry it t...

tufted Titmouse...when this bird finds a large seed it will carry it to a perch and crack it with his stout bill


30.01.2012 0