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The Purple Finch (Haemorhous purpureus) is a bird in the finch family Fringillidae. Their breeding habitat is coniferous and mixed forest in Canada and the northeastern United States, as well as various wooded areas along the U.S. Pacific coast. They nest on a horizontal branch or in a fork of a tree

The Purple Finch (Haemorhous purpureus) is a bird in the finch family Fringillidae. Their breeding habitat is coniferous and mixed forest in Canada and the northeastern United States, as well as various wooded areas along the U.S. Pacific coast. They nest on a horizontal branch or in a fork of a tree

~~White-browed Rosefinch by James Ownby | ownbyphotography.com~~ marsala - colour of the year 2015

~~White-browed Rosefinch by James Ownby | ownbyphotography.com~~ marsala - colour of the year 2015

The Gouldian Finch, also known as "Rainbow Finch." Scientific Name: Erythrura gouldiae • Adult Size: About 6 inches (15 cm)• Weight: About 0.5 ounces (15 g). They are endangered in their native Australia. Gouldian Finches are found with three head colors: red, black or yellow. Their breasts can be either purple or white and their backs can be three different colors! There are blue backs, yellow backs, and the regular green back.

The Gouldian Finch, also known as "Rainbow Finch." Scientific Name: Erythrura gouldiae • Adult Size: About 6 inches (15 cm)• Weight: About 0.5 ounces (15 g). They are endangered in their native Australia. Gouldian Finches are found with three head colors: red, black or yellow. Their breasts can be either purple or white and their backs can be three different colors! There are blue backs, yellow backs, and the regular green back.

Most rosefinches are in the same genus, Carpodacus, as our House Finch and Purple Finch, another indication of how closely related some of the Himalayan birds are to our nearctic birds.

Most rosefinches are in the same genus, Carpodacus, as our House Finch and Purple Finch, another indication of how closely related some of the Himalayan birds are to our nearctic birds.

The feeders wouldn't be the same without these little guys - Purple Finch stopping by.

The feeders wouldn't be the same without these little guys - Purple Finch stopping by.

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