Bullfinch

Bullfinch

Summary:

Literature Bullfinch
[order] Passeriformes | [family]

Bullfinch determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Fringillidae | [latin] Pyrrhula pyrrhula | [UK] Bullfinch | [FR] Bouvreuil pivoine | [DE] Gimpel | [ES] Camachuelo ComĂșn | [IT] Ciuffolotto comune eurasiatico | [NL] Goudvink


Literature

Title
Flock composition, agonistic behaviour and body condition of wintering Bullfinches Pyrrhula pyrrhula
Author(s): O. Hogstad
Abstract: During October-April of 1989-2003 Imade observations on size and sexual composition of Bullfinch Pyrrhula pyrrhula flocks (ringed and unringed birds), recorded interactions betweenmembers and estimated the body condition of birds observed in amixed f..[more]..
Source: Ornis Fennica 83:131-138. 2006
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Title
Bullfinch Pyrrhula pyrrhula breeding ecology in lowland farmland and woodland: comparisons across time and habitat
Author(s): FIONA M. PROFFITT, IAN NEWTON, JEREMY D. WILSON & GAVIN M. SIRIWARDENA
Abstract: Bullfinch Pyrrhula pyrrhula populations decreased by 33% in Britain over the years 1977-82, the period of steepest decline. The timing of this decline and its greater severity on farmland (?65%) than in woodland (?28%) point to agricultural intensifi..[more]..
Source: Ibis 146 (s2), 78-86
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All of Fringillidae

  1. Arctic Redpoll
  2. Carduelis hornemanni
  1. Blue Chaffinch
  2. Fringilla teydea
  1. Brambling
  2. Fringilla montifringilla
  1. Bullfinch
  2. Pyrrhula pyrrhula
  1. Canary
  2. Serinus canaria
  1. Chaffinch
  2. Fringilla coelebs
  1. Citril Finch
  2. Serinus citrinella
  1. Evening Grosbeak
  2. Hesperiphona vespertina
  1. Greenfinch
  2. Carduelis chloris
  1. Hawfinch
  2. Coccothraustes coccothraustes
  1. Lesser Redpoll
  2. Carduelis flammea cabaret
  1. Linnet
  2. Carduelis cannabina
  1. Red Crossbill
  2. Loxia curvirostra
  1. Redpoll
  2. Carduelis flammea
  1. Rosefinch
  2. Carpodacus erythrinus
  1. Serin
  2. Serinus serinus
  1. Siskin
  2. Carduelis spinus
  1. Twite
  2. Carduelis flavirostris
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