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Eurasian Linnet

Renowned for its sweet "twangy" song, this species is a finch of open places, particularly gorse-covered heaths. Linnets become sociable in autumn and form huge, wandering flocks, which often move south. They feed mainly on seeds and sometimes on insects.

• NEST a cup nest of grass and moss, lined and placed low in a bush or tree.

• Distribution Most of Europe and n. Africa; parts of the Middle East and C. Asia. Some southward movement in winter. FEMALE

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Species Rhodopeehys obsoleta


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