April 17, 2018 • Leave a Comment
Like yesterday's Cassin's Finch, I never knew what a Redpoll was before I saw and then researched one. This small songbird is a seedeater and is a bird of the far north. They spend winter in the northern parts of the United States but breed in the northern parts of Alaska and Canada. Every few years an irruption occurs and they may be found as far south as the central US, depending on availability of seeds.
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