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Common Chaffinch - Zięba zwyczajna - Pinzón vulgar - Fringilla coelebs  21.02.2013 In the park PdB, Madrid, Spain

Common Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs) finishing a quick drink at the end of a sunny afternoon.

Chaffinch at a forest pool by Foto Foosa on 500px

Photograph Chaffinch at a forest pool by Foto Foosa on

Pinzon vulgar - Common chaffinch by Rafael Sanchez Sanchez  on 500px

Pinzon vulgar - Common chaffinch by Rafael Sanchez Sanchez on

Chaffinch

Fancy Dress, Chaffinch, British, Group, Board, Photos, Garden, Beauty, Animals

Male Chaffinch.

Male Chaffinch.

Male chaffinch on one of the bird tables at Summer Leys nature reserve.

Male chaffinch on one of the bird tables at Summer Leys nature reserve.

Chaffinch perched on branch surrounded by blossom

Chaffinches are cheerful garden visitors that have been known to live for a remarkable 14 years. Males are recognisable for their pink cheeks and chest and blue-grey nape and crown; both sexes have distinctive white flashes on their wings.

Chaffinch

British Birds – All you want to know about UK birds. From garden birds to birds of prey, watch amazing bird videos, bird identification guides and much more.

chaffinch, Fringilla coelebs

Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs) we seem to have had a bit of a fall of these- over 10 on the drive this afternoon

Chaffinch

chaffinch by TomMelton

Chaffinch

Chaffinch

Proud Chaffinch

Found this on one of my hard drives I had taken about thirty shots of him Posted a shot earlier in my stream a different pose I prefer this one

Chaffinch (m)

Chaffinch (m)

Picture of a sparrow, to illustrate my poem, No Shelter For A Sparrow

© Donald Metzner, January Sparrow Adult male transitional Black throat and bib, gray cap Reddish brown nape and back Gray face and underparts Thick bill

Common Chaffinch

Common Chaffinch

Chaffinch

How a bird forgot its mother tongue

New research to be published next month reports that this European bird gradually lost the syntactical structure of its song over the last million years, as it colonized island after island.

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