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Goldfinch and Warbler ??

 
Hitthespot
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Dec 28, 2012 08:37 |  #1

Caught these three while going through the park one day to photograph some Herons.
I think its American Goldfinch and a Warbler?

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Dec 28, 2012 08:48 |  #2

those gold finch are so different to the uk ones


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Dec 28, 2012 08:57 |  #3

Methinks your warbler is a house sparrow.
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Dec 28, 2012 11:37 |  #4

Can't ID the Golfinch, but the "warbler" is definitly a European House Sparrow.

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Dec 28, 2012 12:34 as a reply to  @ Richard G's post |  #5

Thanks everyone for the ID. I wasn't sure about the Warbler. Now I know my suspicions were correct.


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