Monday, 20 May 2013

Red-headed finch

Red-headed finches sitting on a branch
The male Red-headed finch has a red head, the female's head is lighter. It has fine stripes on it's underside. They would often look for food on the ground and mix with other birds. Their habitat is grass or thorny fields. Become 12-13cm in size. (Rooikopvink - Amadina erythrocephala)

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