House finch (American rosefinch)[edit]

(Haemorhous mexicanus)


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Haemorhous mexicanus (House finch (American rosefinch))(male) on the mayday tree's branch in the evening in Edmonton, Canada (Photo 1)




My short words

It was already past 9:00pm. But some visitor came to the mayday tree.

"Welcome to the tree!" I enjoyed the time with the bird and the tree. :)





Memo[edit]

A female house finch on the vegetable raised bed in Edmonton, Canada (Photo 2)
  • House finches can see in a large area of north America from Mexico to Canada.[4]
  • Adult male House finches have a reddish head and neck.[1] Adult female House finches have no reddish color. Thus the bird on 'Photo 1' is male, and 'Photo 2' is female.


A back side of a female house finch in Edmonton, Canada (Photo 3)
A female house finch eating a leaf on the vegetable raised bed in Edmonton, Canada (Photo 4)


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Data
Common name: House finch (American rosefinch)
Scientific name: Haemorhous mexicanus
Family name: Fringillidae
Date taken: Photo 1: May 26, 2019, 21:09
Photo 2,3,4: June 02, 2019, 15:17
Place: Photo 1,2,3,4: (Mamin's rent room's) house owner's garden in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada



References[edit]

  1. Wikipedia.org - house finch; Haemorhous mexicanus
  2. Wikipedia.org - American rosefinch
  3. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, 'The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species' - House Finch; Haemorhous mexicanus
  4. BirdLife International House Finch (Haemorhous mexicanus)