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|The European Serin, or just Serin (Serinus serinus) is the smallest European species of the family of finches (Fringillidae) and is closely related to the Canary. Its diet consists mainly of a combination of buds and seeds. It is a small short-tailed bird, 11-12 cm in length. It breeds across southern and central Europe and north Africa. Southern and Atlantic coast populations are largely resident, but the northern breeders migrate further south in Europe for the winter.|
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Excelente composición Arkadiusz, con una luz bien captada que permite ver con claridad la bonita y delicada escena. Precioso documento además.
Un saludo desde españa: Josep Ignasi.