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There are many birds in other families which are often called finches. These include many species in the very similar-looking Estrildids or waxbill family, which occur in the Old World tropics and Australia. Several groups of the Emberizidae family (buntings and American sparrows) are also named as finches, as are Darwin's finches of the Galapagos islands, which provided evidence of natural selection.

Finches are passerine birds, often seed-eating, found chiefly in the northern hemisphere and Africa. One subfamily is endemic to the Neotropics. The family scientific name Fringillidae comes from the Latin word "fringilla", meaning chaffinch, a member of this family that is common in Europe.

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  • West
    West

    Age: 9Y Sex: F

    Canada

  • Lucky
    Lucky

    Age: 10Y Sex: M

    Canada

  • Lulu
    Lulu

    Age: 8Y Sex: M

    United States

  • Lula
    Lula

    Age: 9Y Sex: M

    United States

  • the two  stooges
    the two stooges

    Age: 10Y Sex: F

    United States

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  • Just got done dingin' the bell on my swing!
  • This is what I make with the shreds...A bed/nest
  • That's lil ol me!!
  • My Pet
  • My Pet
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  • Eggs

    I just had my laying of 3 tiny eggs, now I will watch them for about twelve... read more

    Posted by : Bonnie



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