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Title: Brown-capped Rosy-Finch, Estes Park, Colorado
Author: FocusOnNature

Category: Finches (Frin)
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Description: Rosy-Finches are rare at bird feeders here, however, there is one birder in town who gets hundreds of them when it gets really cold. This is the only that came to my feeders, and very briefly, but I was very happy to have at least this one.

Comments:
Texas Deb  8:52 pm (January 12, 2021)
Beautiful! Estes Park is one of the best places to see birds especially mountain bluebirds and hummers.
FocusOnNature  12:16 pm (January 13, 2021)
Thanks, Deb! Yes, it is great for birds here in the spring and summer but, at this time of year, it is very slow. At the moment, my main birds are lots of Pine Siskins and Pygmy Nuthatches. This is my third winter up here from Lyons and it was a lot better my first year with frequent visits from Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers, Northern Flickers, Steller's Jays and Clark's Nutcrackers.
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