|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|These birds have an unusual migration pattern as every few years in winter They migrate southwards in large numbers. The Reasons for this behavior are not known but May be related to climatic factors and above all the availability of food. In this way overwintering Populations can thrive where food is abundant. This small finch is an acrobatic feeder, or at hanging upside-down like a tit. It will visit garden bird feeding stations|
Spinus spinus - Eurasian siskin.(Male)
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- [2016-04-13 9:05]
Hi Yves,a nice capture of this yellow friend,nice pose and bright colors,the sharpness is good but not the best.Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
- [2016-04-13 11:00]
Prachtfoto. Grote klasse in alle denkbare aspecten.
- [2016-04-17 8:46]
A very nice shot of this nice bird,in my country relatively abundant. Amazing colors with nice composition and perfectly sharp photo.
This is a perfect image. I like the colors and details of this nice popular bird in my country. In winter it migrates in the city gardens. It is not very shy and feeding with sunflower seeds.