Today we start our 2020 Birdorable Bonanza with a bang! Actually… make that an IRRUPTION! We’re kicking off 29 days of new birds by dropping four finches in this “finch invasion” winter season. A bright spot in 2020, many birders are... Read more »
About the Pine Siskin
Also known as: American Siskin, Pine Finch, Pine Goldfinch, Pine Linnet
Most adult Pine Siskins can be recognized by their streaky plumage highlighted by yellow at the wings, and by their short pointed beaks. They are gregarious, feeding together in flocks, and are commonly found at birdfeeder stations where they like to dine on thistle seed.
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