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Not all that green, are they?
Yellowfinch? Brownfinch? Brassfinch? Bronzefinch? I really don't see where the "green" name comes from. Pretty birds, though. And they have some lovely, delicate songs that go almost unnoticed ... until the descending screech finale.
Habitat
Feeder area in park
Location
Ringve Botanical Garden, Trondheim, Norway
Date taken
21 Jan 2021
Scientific name
Chloris chloris
Equipment used
Nikon 7500, Tamron 150-600
I've often thought that about greenfinches, Ann. A wonderfully detailed close up.
 
not too much green indeed in the females, Ann, I guess it's like with the blackcaps, not very appropriate name for the females neither, but a great photo, many tfs!!
 
Two wonderful colourful and well lit captures, Ann. Brilliant detailed close ups, well done.
 
A beautiful Greenfinch portrait, Doc! They really are very striking birds. I keep telling my wife that they can sing beautifully at times but she's not convinced. 😉
 
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Everything you've mentioned is so true Ann. Still you got us a great image of this multi colored finch ;)
 

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Category
Britain & Europe
Added by
Doc Duck
Date added
View count
516
Comment count
15

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Device
NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D7500
Aperture
ƒ/8
Focal length
600.0 mm
Exposure time
1/180 second(s)
ISO
4500
Flash
Off, did not fire
Filename
aADSC_1463 (3).JPG
File size
1.9 MB
Date taken
Thu, 21 January 2021 1:27 PM
Dimensions
4323px x 2881px

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