Friends, starting a new series- ‘Feathered friends from far and near‘. Probably a few of the birds that I had already presented in my earlier blogs may be repeated. I will try to give a different photograph, if possible 😊
Today, let us see the House finch (Haemorhous mexicanus). It is a small bird, as big as the sparrow. The bird has a conical seed-eating beak.
This is an adult male bird with rosy-red colour around the face and upper thorax. The plumage has brown streaks on the belly. Wings and tail have dull brown feathers.
The photographs were captured in the State of California.