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greenfinch

a common European finch, Carduelis chloris, the male of which has a dull green plumage with yellow patches on the wings and tail
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A greenfinch | |male perched on a pine branch - garden sightings have fallen over the past year Pictures: RSPB
ENJOYING A NIBBLE: A greenfinch has been photographed during feeding time by Sharon Higginbotham, of Golcar (S):
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2 million in total across UK) with the results showing greenfinch and starling continue to decline.
The wind turbine plan has been submitted by Greenfinch Investments Ltd, whose agents are Gloucestershire-based Renewables First.
I have seen a hawk, sparrow hawk, kestrel, cuckoo, pied wagtail, greenfinch, goldfinch, jay, nuthatch, woodpecker, owl and many more regular visitors.
Jeffers, of Greenfinch Close, Croxteth, was found guilty of driving down Bridge Road, Crosby, while talking on his mobile phone.
Operation Greenfinch 2 was co-ordinated by the Regional Organised Crime Unit - made up of officers from Northumbria, Durham and Cleveland forces - which works to dismantle organised crime groups across the region.
Their presence may seem unremarkable, but these birds, and their greenfinch cousins, have been suffering from a disease which has significantly reduced their numbers.
Anthony, a midfielder from Greenfinch Road in Castle Bromwich, said: "I thought I did alright, so hopefully someone will have noticed.
Greenfinch on a garden feeder Picture: NIGEL BLAKE (RSPB-IMAGES.
They have become a bit of a pest to gardeners growing winter vegetables by helping themselves to crops LOOKING FOR FOOD: A robin enjoys himself at a bird feeder, left, while a Greenfinch is pictured far left