#36 American Goldfinch
Bright and chatty, the American Goldfinch enlivens meadows, weedy roadsides, forest edges and bird feeders across the country. In summertime the males are a brilliant yellow and black, and in the winter, males and females turn a duller brown and gather at feeders. They eat seeds primarily from the daisy family, and nest in the late summer, timed with the peak crop of these flowering plants.
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Dimensions: 1.9" wide x 2" tall