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Siberian Goldfinch

The entertaining Siberian Goldfinch has a pleasant, silvery, twittering song. DNA testing is available to ensure gender if desired. Please pay special attention to the Goldfinch diet. Diet: Black oiled sunflower seeds, oats, sunflower...

Spotted Tanager

Identification:  Found in Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru and Venezuela, the Spotted Tanager (Tangara punctata) is a species of bird in the Thraupidae family. It's natural habitat are subtropical or tropical...
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Strawberry Finch

Description: The popular Strawberry Finch, or Red Avadavat, is known for it's beautiful song. Birds of a flock will preen each other, ruffling their head feathers in invitation. Should not be housed with Gold Breasted Waxbills to avoid cross...
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Tanager - Blue and Yellow

Identification: The Blue and Yellow Tanager (Pipraeidea bonariensis) is one of the most colorful small birds within its range and the most boldly coloured of the Thraupis species. However, contrary to one of its Spanish...
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Tanager - Blue-necked

Captive Bred Identification: The Blue-necked Tanager (Tangara cyanicollis) is a species of bird in the Thraupidae family. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or...
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Tri-Colored Nun Finch

Description: Tri-Colored Nuns come from Asia and are gregarious, peaceful and calm. Sexes are similar but only the cock sings. The cock's song sounds like a kitten mewing from a distance.  It begins with a series of almost inaudible clicks,...

Western Bluebill

Identification: The Western Bluebill (Spermophaga haematina) is a common species of Estrildid finch found in Africa also referred to as Red-breasted Bluebill, Crimson-breasted Bluebill, Gabon Bluebill, Red-breasted Forest Weaver,...
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Yellow Face Star Finch

Description:  The star finch (Neochmia ruficauda) is a species of estrildid finch found in Australia. It inhabits dry grassland and dry savannah habitats. It's natural habitat is in tall grasses, reeds, and rushes...
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Yellow White-eyed

Description: Smaller than the Montane White Eyes, the Yellow White Eyes are small passerine birds native to Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Australasia and are of the Zosteropidae family. All the species of white-eyes are sociable, forming large flocks...