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House Finch

Haemorhous mexicanus


Small perching bird native to the U.S. Males are recognized by their colored heads. Smaller than robins and larger than chickadee.


Wide variety of habitat. Often near homes in trees they are spotted.


These are two from the same hanging house decoration. One is a male and the other female. You can see the color difference in the pics. It was night so they didn't fly off.

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Fernley, Nevada, USA

Spotted on Nov 23, 2012
Submitted on Nov 25, 2012


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