";s:4:"text";s:3077:" The flash of the rump in flight and piping whistled call are usually the first signs of bullfinches being present. Black tail is slightly notched. Eurasian Bullfinch bird photo call and song/ Pyrrhula pyrrhula (Loxia pyrrhula) cineracea Cabanis, 1872 (Baikal Bullfinch) – Siberia, north-east Kazakhstan, Mongolia and China * P. p. cassinii S. F. Baird, 1869 – Russian Far East and north-eastern China * P. p. griseiventris Lafresnaye, 1841 – Russian Far East, China, Korea and Japan The Azores Bullfinch, previously regarded as a subspecies of Eurasian Bullfinch, is now recognised as a distinct species. A bird of Europe (Fringilla cœlebs), having a variety of very sweet songs, and highly valued as a cage bird; - called also copper finch. Siskin. Underparts pinkish red on male, pinkish grey on female. Goldfinch. This bird breeds across Europe and temperate Asia.It is mainly resident, but many northern birds migrate further south in the winter.. Mixed woodland with some conifers is favoured for breeding, including parkland and gardens. In Anglophone Europe it is known simply as Bullfinch, as it is the original bird to bear the name bullfinch. Female: Like the male, but brown back and pinkish-fawn underparts and cheeks.
Breeding in Eurasia: widespread; can be seen in 67 countries. Bullfinch (noun) A bird of the genus Pyrrhula and other related genera, especially the Pyrrhula vulgaris or Pyrrhula rubicilla, a bird of Europe allied to the grosbeak, having the breast, cheeks, and neck, red. Cap is black and cheeks, breast, belly are red. Bullfinch Pyrrhula pyrrhula. Breeding in Oriental Region: Himalayas to se China and Taiwan, w Malaysia; can be seen in 10 countries.