Female House Finch

From Summer,2014


Linking to
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22 Comments on “Female House Finch”

  1. einfachtilda says:

    Der ist sehr schön ❤

  2. I love the amazing detail you captured.

  3. TexWisGirl says:

    such sweet birds. lovely shot!

  4. Oh, a great shot of this cutie.

  5. Eileen says:

    She is posing nicely for you, great capture..

  6. they may be an annoyance but I think they are sweet . So is your shot 🙂

  7. geanina says:

    beautiful image!:)

  8. JM says:

    A very lovely capture!

  9. pretty! a beautiful shot! Phyllis

  10. I can’t even tell my finches from sparrows right now…too many sparrows … there is always flapping and fussing around the seed feeder and I know there are one or two finches sharing ….but, almost impossible to tell for sure …

  11. Finches are so easy to fall for, aren’t they. Some varieties are stout, some long and lean…a great, close-up!…:)JP

  12. egwow says:

    Nicely photographed!

  13. Brian King says:

    Beautiful photo!

  14. Robin says:

    Pat, we have a mess of these guys around here! I never get tired of seeing them or hearing all their bickering in the trees!

  15. Nice to see a bit of summer! Cold in Missouri tonight… 5 degrees right now. I always worry about the birds and other animals on these brutal cold nights.

  16. That’s a beautiful portrait, Pat! I’ve been seeing a lot of these birds lately. Never tire of their pretty colors and markings. Even the female.

  17. Teresa says:

    This is a lovely shot.

  18. and she has clear eyes and is healthy. I have some here, but not many..Michelle

  19. Marie-AZ says:

    Such a nice shot!

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