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Yellow-Fronted Canary

Description:

Yellow Fronted Canary - Male & Female

Habitat:

Forest, River & Large Lake! Tends our yard all day!

Notes:

Hangs out with a House Finch in our backyard. Early every morning this Yellow Fronted Canary plays in the grass with its friend, a House Finch! Quite funny to watch!

1 Species ID Suggestions

freelancing
freelancing 11 years ago
American Goldenfinch
Carduelis tristis Carduelis tristis (Linnaeus, 1758)


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3 Comments

BeccaHitchens
BeccaHitchens 10 years ago

They're known as the north American Canary sometimes. It's a nickname not official.

keithp2012
keithp2012 11 years ago

A Canary would not survive the cold, but your right they look almost identical to canaries even though they arent.

MitchRay
MitchRay 11 years ago

I believe those are American Goldfinches.

LoriPinelCoulombe
Spotted by
LoriPinelCoulombe

Barrie, Ontario, Canada

Spotted on May 19, 2011
Submitted on May 19, 2011

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