The goldfinch is one of the brightest most colourful birds that frequent the gardens and bird feeders around Walden. ‘Finch’s’ are seen throughout the summer in the northeast.
These miniature birds are yellow with black markings (almost like a miniature yellow oriole). Sometimes they are green and look as if they are wet even though they are not.
They travel in packs and will most often be seen flocking a feeder together in numbers of four or five at a time.
If there is safety in numbers there is also beauty in numbers as a group of goldfinch’s together will radiate remarkable sharpness and vivid deep detail. These little birds tend to stick together because in their world there truly is safety in numbers.
If you are really fortunate you may witness blue finch’s. The same small bird but blue. the blue finch is another wonderous sight to…
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