Flammea - Exotic birds | Pets

Posted by pets | 25 October 2011

- Carduelis Flammea

Pardillo Sizerín

The Flammea He is a confident bird, friendly, naive, harmless and equipped with a voice, a chant, really superb –a comparable beauty to the Nightingale and the goldfinch–, This bird, If human, We would say he is a very good person, reliable in every respect.

There are a variety of pardillo, called sizerín (carduelis flammea), that is a still more superlative goodness.
Small fringílido list of 13 – 15 cm., grey brown, with red front, Chin black and two pale wing stripes. Male breeding with pink breast and obispillo, for the rest, similar sexes. Young red and poorly marked Chin.

In France they worship. Such is the tenderness that he felt the French call it that, popularly, L'Oiseau naïf

His singing brings together a series of flight claims mixed with short trills alive and more melodiosas rolling notes.

The diet is the same as that of the goldfinch is, feeds mainly on seeds, outbreaks of various wild plants and trees.

Sources:
– Wilkipedia
– FERRAN MONEGAL

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