Bird Identification Quiz #3 | Name This Bird | Test Your Knowledge

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8 Responses

  1. Sarah says:

    Hi 🙂
    I recognized the pretty little goldfinch in photo number 2 🙂 They are one of my favorite song birds. I’ve seen them all throughout my life. I remember one spring morning over a decade ago when I lived the next state over and a little south of here seeing a male goldfinch on the top of a fence post in the country. I was out for an early morning run and it was just turning warmer. The air was a mix of cold and warm. The little goldfinch was singing his heart out. It is one of my favorite memories. 🙂 Thank you for the list of interesting facts. I didn’t know they mated so late in the year.

    • birdlady612 says:

      Thank you for visiting and I’m glad you enjoyed this little bird. I never cut down wild thistle plants at the edge of our yard because the goldfinches like to eat the seeds and line their nests with the fluffy parts.

  2. athelenerose says:

    When I saw the yellow coloring, I said Finch. Does that count.

  3. Wanda Mills Anderson (Windy) says:

    Pic # 2, I guessed goldfinch. I am enjoying your pictures, comments, quizzes and especially the
    Care you give to your wonderful wonderful animal friends. I refilled two feeders today and put 2 additional ones out. I’m trying to figure out how to give them water. We live by a creek and at the foot of two hills but with the temperature so cold I think all the draining water was frozen. Can you share some simple ways and do they need water supplied to them often since we live in the country and have a couple of small brooks?

    • birdlady612 says:

      We put water out for our critters and it froze once it got so cold. They make heaters for bird baths that can keep it from freezing but I don’t have one. I’m guessing they can eat the snow to stay hydrated.

  1. September 23, 2018

    […] you enjoyed this bird identification quiz, check out Quiz #1, Quiz #2, and Quiz #3, found on this blog. Thanks for stopping by and remember to keep those feeders filled this winter. […]

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