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The European goldfinch or goldfinch (Carduelis carduelis), is a small passerine bird in the finch family that is native to Europe, North Africa and western Asia. It has been introduced to other areas including Australia, New Zealand and Uruguay.
The goldfinch has a red face and a black-and-white head. The back and flanks are buff or chestnut brown. The black wings have a broad yellow bar. The tail is black and the rump is white. The female is very similar to the male but has a slightly smaller red area on the face.
The goldfinch is native to Europe, North Africa, and western and central Asia. It is found in open, partially wooded lowlands and is a resident in the milder west of its range, but migrates from colder regions. It will also make local movements, even in the west, to escape bad weather. It has been introduced to many areas of the world. It was introduced to Canada, United States, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Chile, the Falkland Islands, Uruguay, Brazil, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.
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- [2017-10-20 2:54]
The European Goldfinch is a lovely specimen as we can clearly see. Nicely separated from the BG and showing excellent detail. Beautiful markings and bright vivid colors.
- [2017-10-20 11:28]
Hi Marius,perfect capture of this goldfinch in the best light,so the sharpness and the colors are very bright,nice pose too! Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
- [2017-10-20 21:12]
The bird's colors fit perfectly the background.
Impressive sharpness and dof.
- [2017-10-21 7:23]
Yes, the first reaction by looking to this beautiful clip.
Beautiful coloured of this European Gold Finch. Perfect BG and well exposure. Here you need 600mm + TC :-)
Thanks for sharing,
Beautiful shot that could have benefit for a closer crop so we would see a larger view of the bird if the ISO permits it.