The male in summer is yellow with black wings, and with a black forehead patch. The female in the summer is a dull yellow-olive, darker above, with black wings and wing bars. Distinguished from other yellow birds by its short conical bill. It has a habitat in open woods, roadsides, and at the edges. The American Goldfinch is very common to see though out the year in the U. S. The photos shown cover several areas in the U.S. for the seasons of the year.
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August 29, 2011
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