Juvenile Goldfinch

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22 Comments on “Juvenile Goldfinch”

  1. Anne Payne says:

    I just love all your bird photos! I can hear so many different kinds outside but rarely are they seen here. They are hiding in the trees, I suppose.

  2. Tricia says:

    Clear & colorful… love those itty bitty tiny claws! =)

  3. Aren’t they special little birds, though? I love the goldfinches that frequent my feeders during from winter to late summer.

  4. TexWisGirl says:

    such a cutie.

  5. Synnöve says:

    A wonderful photo from the little finch. So lovely !

  6. Lisa Gordon says:

    What a little sweetheart he is.
    So tiny!
    Hope you’re having a wonderful day, Pat!

  7. I just love the browns and yellows. Love seeing them in January.

  8. geanina says:

    a sweet bird..:)
    beautiful image!

  9. Fergiemoto says:

    Oh, sooooo cute! This is a great photo!

  10. Such a sweet bird. I just read this morning that goldfinch stay here in Oregon all winter, but change their coloration from yellow to browner. Said people often misidentify them because of this.

  11. Gail says:

    He’s very pretty with those hints of gold in his feathers. Great pose and wonderful clarity.

  12. Hanne Bente says:

    Cute little bird.
    Wish you a good weekend 🙂
    Hanne Bente

  13. Nancy says:

    I haven’t seen a goldfinch in weeks! This one is so cute. Thanks so much for sharing at Rural Thursdays this week, Pat. xo

  14. It was a pleasure to visit your site, lovely edits and captures of nature.

  15. roberta4949 says:

    while I love the cute little baby birds, I am sad that breeding season is over, not much in the way of singing which means only one thing, winter is coming, ugh!

  16. Jim says:

    What a sweetie!

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