- Keeping finches from eating the sunflowers
- Finches can be finicky. If they can find food in nature, they often turn their beaks up at our offerings. Individual flocks also can show a preference for seed or nyjer depending on the season.
- Mactavish on birding: Changes in the finches
- It is mainly the finches that are sweetening the pot. Most notably in the last couple weeks has been the widespread arrival of pine siskins. They are coming out of the woods to take the easy and free seed at the bird feeder.
- Finches, Beaks and Darwin
- Seen through the lens of history, Galapagos finches that Darwin collected played an important role in his discovery of evolution. There are thirteen species of this bird family spread out over the islands. The species differ in many ways.
- PARK VIEWS: A House Finch Visit
- It was hard to tell who was more startled by this turn of events, the female House Finch or me!
- Denton Nails the Problem with Galápagos Finches as an Evolutionary Icon
- The problem with Darwin's finches as an evolutionary icon is nailed with admirable compactness by biologist Michael Denton over at The Stream. Writing in honor of today's Darwin Day celebrations, Dr.
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