The fluted, quiet whistles tells that the Eurasian bullfinches (Pyrrhula pyrrhula, punatulkku in Finnish) are in the trees, probably in rowans somewhere near. The brighter males and greyer females are often in pairs. All pictures are taken in Mäntsälä, Finland.
A male bullfinch eating rowan berries early May
A female bullfinch early May
A male bullfinch late May
A male bullfinch in a rowan early October
And a short animated gif where a female bullfinch is eating sunflower seeds.
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I will post every week “Thursday Twitters”, pictures of birds mainly from
Finland and Southern Africa, occasionally also taken elsewhere.
The source of the text is most likely Wikipedia or similar online article.
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