This gallery contains 3 photos. As common sights as they may be in Metro Vancouver, House Finches have been hit-and-miss birds with me. The feisty females–whom I have seen bully other birds (including the males of their Continue reading
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2 Pine Siskins
This gallery contains 2 photos. Although not irrupting in the numbers that they were early last year, we are getting a regular number of visits from these adorably tiny finches. They may be small, but I recently witnessed Continue reading
A Purple Finch and Her Berries
This gallery contains 2 photos. These berries are worth the risk! One of two female Purple Finches who ventured out to the outer walking trails of the Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary to quietly nibble at these Continue reading
A Finch Feast, I Mean, Fest
This gallery contains 3 photos. I can’t resist finches. They are so adorable, and a welcome sight for sore eyes. The first photo shows a Black-Headed Gouldian finch (blue mutation) accompanied by three Zebra finches (two males of normal mutation, and one Chestnut Flanked male) eating the seeds that have fallen from the feeding stations.