Chaffinch

wirral chaffinchThis chaffinch obligingly posed in a tree in the full light of the late afternoon sun in Cheshire. The full name is ‘common chaffinch‘ and it is indeed widely seen in the UK and Europe.

The name suggests that these seed eaters were associated with the chaff around wheat at harvest time.

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