Male Bullfinches can be easily identified by their bright pink breast and grey back, whilst the females can be identified by their pale pinkie/orange breast.
Residing across most of the UK, the bullfinch can be most commonly found in woodland and flying in and out of hedgerows. Males have a beautifully striking pinki breast and cheeks with a black cap and tail, white rump and grey back. Females can be identified by their pale pinkie/orange breast. They feed maily on seeds, fruits and shoots, while parents will feed their young insects.
Populations of Bullfinches can be found in most areas of the UK
Woodland and farmland, also gardens, though they tend to hide under cover.
Seeds, fruits, shoots. Parents also feed insects to young birds.
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