Noun(1) small finch originally of the western United States and Mexico(2) small Old World finch whose male has a red breast and forehead
(1) And he found a number of bird species, such as the corn bunting, tree sparrow, grey partridge, skylark, linnet and yellow wagtail, which have been seriously declining since the growth of intensive agriculture.(2) The Red List also features a disturbingly high number of formerly common farmland birds which are rapidly declining: tree sparrow, grey partridge, spotted flycatcher, song thrush, skylark, linnet and turtle dove.(3) The farm itself has good numbers of breeding birds and is home to yellowhammers, linnets , corn buntings, tree and hedge sparrows, along with lapwings and grey partridge.(4) In another area, he sows seeds to attract birds like linnets , reed buntings and bramblings.(5) Dried redshank seeds were eaten by the sparrows, and linnets .
1. lintwhite ::
Different Formslinnet, linnets
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