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Finch Species Photo Gallery

Finch Information

Please click on the images to go to the relevant species page, with information and additional photos.

Other Finch Photo Galleries:

  • Firetail Finches: These small Australian finches are named for their distinctive bright-red rumps.
  • Euphonia (finches that are dark blue on top / yellow below - found in Central and South America, some can also be found in Southern Mexico
  • The Weaver Birds or Weaver Finches (Ploceidae) - named for their elaborately woven nests. Most are found in sub-Saharan Africa; a few in tropical Asia and in Australia. The plumage of the males is brightly colored, usually in red or yellow and black.

Black-headed Munia, Lonchura atricapilla Black-throated Finch
Blue-capped Cordon BleuBramling
Common Crossbills
Common RedpollDarwin FinchRed-billed FirefinchRed-browed Finch Neochmia temporalis Eastern Gold FinchEurasian Bullfinch
Eurasian SiskinEuropean Greenfinch
GoldfinchHawfinchHouse FinchCommon Waxbill
Indian SilverbillJava Finch
Lesser GoldfinchNorthern Red BishopOrange-collared ManakinBlue-naped Chlorophonia (Chlorophonia cyanea)
OwlfinchPine SiskinGreen-winged Pytilias (Pytilia melba)
Purple FinchRed-billed Queleas
Red-browed FinchRed-cheeked Cordon Bleu
Spice FinchStrawberry Finch Blue-crowned Chlorophonia (Chlorophonia occipitalis)
Green Singing or Yellow-fronted FinchWhite-collared ManakinWhite-ruffed Manakins
White-rumped MuniaZebra Finches
Red-headed FinchAfrican Quailfinch
LocustfinchesChestnut-breasted Munia (Lonchura castaneothorax), also known as the Chestnut-breasted Mannikin or Bully Bird
Black-headed Munia, Lonchura atricapilla Tricolored Munia, Lonchura malaccaBlue-naped Chlorophonia (Chlorophonia cyanea)Cut-throat Finch (Amadina fasciata) Plum-headed Finch (Neochmia modesta)Orange-cheeked Waxbill


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