greenfinch


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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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This fine picture of a male greenfinch was taken by John Money at Scaling Dam.
Up went the bins and there she was, a fine female Vietnamese Greenfinch and below, and just to the left a slightly more resplendent male.
A greenfinch | |male perched on a pine branch - garden sightings have fallen over the past year Pictures: RSPB
Both Biogen Greenfinch and the PDM group, developer of the Doncaster Refood project, appear to have settled on an optimal plant size of 45,000 tonnes a year, producing in Refood's case 2.
At Westwood, Biogen Greenfinch is using about 10-12% of the energy in running the plant "so we've got over six times the surplus.
The New Cat keeps bringing things into the house--a hedgehog, a greenfinch, a frog.
However, the greenfinch and wren have both seen their numbers increase over the past 27 years by 67 per cent and 140 per cent respectively.
I rushed into the garden and came back with a greenfinch wedged in my mouth.
Here we investigate further the genetic variability and continent-wide population structure of the greenfinch by examining nucleotide sequence variation in two segments of the mitochondrial DNA control-region.
Agrivert, Graphite Resources, Vital Earth, Bioganix, New Earth Solutions, Eco Sustainable Solutions, Biogen Greenfinch, VT Group, PDM and others.
Disabled Linda Mills, 70, was caught on video sitting on her mobility aid in the middle of the path outside her home in Greenfinch Road, Smith's Wood.
Hawfinches are around Llanbedr-y-Cennin and Llanelltyd churches, but I've heard worrying reports of some with Trichomonosis, a disease that caused Greenfinch numbers to plunge earlier in the decade.