Pine Siskin (Carduelis pinus) A male in perfect light to illuminate the feathers with golden highlights. @ Anchorage, AK 3/12/2009
Pine Siskins are just a winter time visitor for us.
These birds can cling and hang upside down like American Goldfinch
Sweet little bird that competes with the American Goldfinch at the thistle feeder.
Just before release after recovery from a window strike
Seen in Glacier National Park, MT September 2008
Not the best quality, but I wanted to show it from the back
Pine Siskin (Carduelis pinus) @ Seward, AK 2/24/2008.
Pine Siskin in Kelowna, British Colombia, Canada, July 1997
Pine Siskin in Kelowna, British Colombia, Canada, April 1998
Visitor to the finch mix feeder during the winter months
Winter migrant to NW Florida
does anyone know what bird this is on the right side of my feeder- I'm new at this!
Pine Siskin, May 2015, Northern Illinois - We usually see them in Winter so they were probably just passing through
Onekema, Michigan. Photo courtesy of Ken Blackford. Copyright Ken Blackford. San Diego, Ca.