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Red-headed Bullfinch

Pyrrhula erythrocephala


this one was found foraging among pine forests in groups of 3 or 4.

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Wild Things
Wild Things 12 years ago

Welcome buddy.

ChimeTsetan 12 years ago

ok :) so bullfinch it is. i wanted to see the blue sheen on its wings which is not visible on my pic. anyway thanks to both of you. ;)

Atul 12 years ago

lovelySpotting Chime
red headed bullfinch it is , satyen is spot on!

ChimeTsetan 12 years ago

yes satyen, it does look like red headed bullfinch. i think i should observe this bird more closely later on to ascertain its identity. Thank you.

Wild Things
Wild Things 12 years ago

Chime you can see here :
If the pic matches your spotting, then it is Red headed Bullfinch (Pyrrhula erythrocephala)

Wild Things
Wild Things 12 years ago

The wings tell that it is a bullfinch.

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Himāchal Pradesh, India

Spotted on Mar 22, 2012
Submitted on Mar 22, 2012

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