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Finch Statistics: Species T - Z

Finch Statistics: Species T - Z

Species Listing, Range, Measurements, Clutch-size and Incubation Periods

Finch Information ... Index of Finch Species ... Photos of the Different Finch Species for Identification ... Common Health Problems of Finches ... Finch / Canary Diet / Nutrition


Finch Species: A - B ... C - H ... I - S

Common & Scientific Name & Native RangeLength from beak to tip of tailAverage Clutch SizeAverage incubation period
 

Two-barred Crossbills also known as the White-winged Crossbills in North America (Loxia leucoptera)

  • Range: Alaska, Canada, northernmost USA and across Asia extending into northeast Europe.
15-17 cm / 6-6.75 in3 to 5 eggs12 to 14 days
 

Vampire Finches aka Sharp Beaked Finches, Sharp Billed Ground Finches (Geospiza nebulosa or Geospiza difficilis septentrionalis)

  • Range: Wolf Island, also known as Isla Wolf (Galapagos Islands)
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Village Weavers (Ploceus cucullatus)

  • Range: Sub-Saharan Africa, and has been introduced to Haiti
15-17 cm / 5.9-6.7 in2 to 3 eggs15 days
 

Violaceous Euphonias (Euphonia violacea)

  • Range: Trinidad, Tobago and eastern Venezuela south to Paraguay and northeastern Argentina
11.4 cm / 4.5 in3 to 5 eggs15 days
 

Violet-eared Waxbills (Uraeginthus granatina)

  • Range: Angola and Zambia to Namibia and Zimbabwe, Africa
13.75 cm / 5.5 in3 to 5 eggs13 days
 
Wild Bangalese Finches
  • Range: Southern Asia from the South Asia east to southern China and Indonesia
10-11 cm / 4 in3 to 8 eggs14 days
 

White-backed Finches or White-backed Munias (Lonchura striata)

  • Range: Sri Lanka, India, southern China, Malaysia, and Sumatra
10-11 cm / 4 in3 to 8 eggs14 days
 

White-bearded Manakins (Manacus manacus)

  • Range: South America. It is found from Colombia, Venezuela and Trinidad south to Bolivia and northern Argentina
10.7 cm / 4.2 in2 eggs18 to 19 days
 

White-collared Manakins (Manacus candei)

  • Range: Southeastern Mexico to Costa Rica and the extreme west of Panama
11 cm / 4.3 in2 eggs18 to 21 days
 

White-crowned Manakins (Dixiphia pipra)

  • Range: Costa Rica to northeastern Peru and eastern Brazil
9.7-10 cm / 3.8 - 4 in2 eggs18 to 21 days
 

White-haired Munias (Lonchura maja)

  • Range: Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, and Bali
10.63 cm / 4.25 in4 to 6 eggs12 to 13 days
 

White-ruffed Manakins (Corapipo altera)

  • Range: Eastern Honduras to northwestern Venezuela.
10 cm / 4 in2 eggs18 to 21 days
 

White-rumped Munias or White-rumped Mannikins (Lonchura striata)

  • Range: Southern Asia from the South Asia east to southern China and Indonesia
10-11 cm / 4 in3 to 8 eggs14 days
 

White-winged Crossbills (Loxia leucoptera)

  • Range: Alaska, Canada, northernmost USA and across Asia extending into northeast Europe.
15-17 cm / 6-6.75 in3 to 5 eggs12 to 14 days
 

Yellow-bellied Siskins (Carduelis xanthogastra)

  • Range: Costa Rica south to southern Ecuador, central Bolivia and the highlands of northwestern Venezuela
10.5 cm / 4.1 in2 to 3 eggs?
 

Yellow Finches, Pelzeln's Finches, Saffron Finches (Sicalis flaveola)

  • Range: South America
14-16 cm / 5.5 -6 in3 to 5 eggs14 days
 

Yellow-Rumped Gray Singers, Gray Singing Finches or Grey Singing Finches (Serinus leucopygius)

  • Range: Northern Africa
10 cm / 4 in3 to 5 eggs14 days
 

Yellow-rumped Finches (Lonchura flaviprymna)

  • Range: Interior, northern, and northwestern Australia
10.63 cm / 4.25 in4 to 5 eggs13 to 14 days
 

Yellow-winged Pytilias (Pytilia hypogrammica)

  • Range: Sierra Leone to Lake Chad
11.88 cm / 4.75 in3 to 5 eggs13 days
 

Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata or Poephila guttata)

  • Range: Australia, except for northwestern, southeastern, and southwestern coasts
10 cm / 4 in4 to 6 eggs12 to 14 days

Finch Species: A - B ... C - H ... I - S


 

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