Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by NAP6W, Mar 16, 2006.
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Can anyone give an insight into this bloke?
The chaffinch is the UKâs second commonest breeding bird, and is arguably the most colourful of the UK's finches. Its patterned plumage helps it to blend in when feeding on the ground and it becomes most obvious when it flies, revealing a flash of white on the wings and white outer tail feathers. It does not feed openly on bird feeders - it prefers to hop about under the bird table or under the hedge. Youâll usually hear chaffinches before you see them, with their loud song and varied calls.
Ooo, 'ark at Bill, bleedin, Oddie!
So lets see, they feed on the scraps off the floor and you usually hear them before you see them.
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