Chaffinch. I've had one of these guys outside the last few days. Such a cheery…

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Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs). A common Eurasian finch. Photo: Blue Melanistic.

Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs) - a common Eurasian finch, Pinson des arbres…

Chaffinch - another popular garden bird. I wonder how they'll fare in the #birdwatch this year?

Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs) - another popular garden bird. I wonder how they'll fare in the birdwatch this year?

The photograph was released by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds as part of their Big Garden Birdwatch, now in its 34th year.

A birdwatcher's dream: Amazing montage photograph captures array of birds visiting a feeder over 20-minutes

Array of birds visiting a feeder: the blue tit, coal tit, great tit, chaffinch, nuthatch and bullfinch.

. Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs)

The chaffinch is a usually a ground feeding bird and will eat small bugs and seeds. The male chaffinch is very bright coloured and has a big orange breast, the females are usually Browns and have the same line markings. They have an off spring of

Brambling. The Brambling is a finch whose plumage changes considerably between summer and winter.  In the winter, it has a black head, orange breast, white rump, and its upper parts are mainly black but mingled with orange. At first glance they are very similar to the Chaffinch, which is unfortunate as we are most likely to see Bramblings at wintertime with flocks of Chaffinch, though the white rump of the Brambling is a distinguishing feature.

Brambling food, Brambling seed, feeding Brambling's, Wild Bird Food for Brambling's from Wild Bird Food Direct

Chaffinch Sitting On The Fence - Lostwithial, Cornwall, England by johnlunt

Chaffinch – colourful bird with patterned plumage. They have loud songs and varied calls and they eat insects and seeds.

#BigGardenBirdWatch 2017 results are here: Sparrows are top of the tree, Robins are doing well but the blue tit, chaffinch and starling are all struggling. Please keep #GivingNatureAHome in your garden or community

I love watching the birds in my garden. 2017 results are here: Sparrows are top of the tree, Robins are doing well but the blue tit, chaffinch and starling are all struggling.

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