Synonyms for fringilla_montifringilla or Related words with fringilla_montifringilla

perdix_perdix              buettikoferella              cyaniventris              oenanthe_pleschanka              cinereous_conebill              babbler_chrysomma              gallinula_tenebrosa              spectacled_bulbul              carpodacus_roseus              alpine_chough_pyrrhocorax_graculus              bicolored_hawk_accipiter_bicolor              double_collared_seedeater              barred_buttonquail              elseyornis_melanops              psephotus_chrysopterygius              snowy_browed              striped_owl_pseudoscops              tranquebarica              flatbill_ramphotrigon              pyrrhocorax_graculus_eurasian_jackdaw              arvensis_horned_lark_eremophila              acrocephalus_melanopogon              leucosticte_arctoa              sallaei              lesser_redpoll_acanthis_cabaret              charadrius_veredus              crested_myna_acridotheres_cristatellus              hottentota              parus_palustris              urogalloides              striated_bulbul              scelorchilus              hoary_redpoll_acanthis_hornemanni              fuscatus_whiskered_tern_chlidonias              blanford_rosefinch              collaris_lesser_scaup_aythya              hume_wheatear              rubecula_thrush_nightingale_luscinia              sterna_hirundo              subhimachalus              certhia_familiaris              brolga_grus_rubicunda              tiny_hawk_accipiter              fuscous_flycatcher_cnemotriccus              decaocto_laughing_dove_spilopelia              violaceous_euphonia              sibilatrix_dusky_warbler_phylloscopus              hylomanes_momotula              spodiopsar_cineraceus              tern_sterna_paradisaea             

Examples of "fringilla_montifringilla"
The brambling ("Fringilla montifringilla") is a small passerine bird in the finch family Fringillidae. It has also been called the cock o' the north and the mountain finch.
In 1758 Linnaeus included the species in the 10th edition of his "Systema Naturae" under its current binomial name, "Fringilla montifringilla". "Montifringilla" is from Latin "mons, montis" mountain and "fringilla" finch.
Buzzards ("Buteo buteo") regularly hunt over the tree canopy. Hobby ("Falco subbuteo"), woodcock ("Scolopax rusticola"), common firecrest ("Regulus ignicapillus") and brambling ("Fringilla montifringilla") are occasional visitors. Selborne Common is a reliable place to find the wood warbler ("Phylloscopus sibilatrix").
The finch family, Fringillidae, are all seed-eaters with stout conical bills. They have similar skull morphologies, nine large primaries, twelve tail feathers and no crop. In all species the female builds the nest, incubates the eggs and broods the young. Finches are divided into two subfamilies, the Carduelinae, containing around 28 genera with 141 species and the Fringillinae containing a single genus, "Fringilla", with 3 species: the chaffinch ("Fringilla coelebs"), the Tenerife blue chaffinch ("Fringilla teydea"), and the brambling ("Fringilla montifringilla"). Fringilline finches raise their young almost entirely on arthropods while the cardueline finches raise their young on regurgitated seeds.
Grey heron ("Ardea cinerea"), white stork ("Ciconia ciconia"), garganey ("Anas querquedula"), tufted duck ("Aythya fuligula"), red kite ("Milvus milvus"), hen harrier ("Circus cyaneus"), Eurasian sparrowhawk ("Accipiter nisus"), goshawk ("Accipiter gentilis"), European honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus"), buzzard ("Buteo buteo"), hobby ("Falco subbuteo"), lapwing ("Vanellus vanellus"), curlew ("Numenius arquata"), green sandpiper ("Tringa ochropus"), Eurasian woodcock ("Scolopax rusticola"), common snipe ("Gallinago gallinago"), collared dove ("Streptopelia decaocto"), cuckoo ("Cuculus canorus"), long-eared owl ("Asio otus"), tawny owl ("Strix aluco"), common swift ("Apus apus"), hoopoe ("Upupa epops"), grey-headed woodpecker ("Picus canus"), European green woodpecker ("Picus viridis"), barn swallow ("Hirundo rustica"), house martin ("Delichon urbica"), tree pipit ("Anthus trivialis"), dunnock ("Prunella modularis"), redstart ("Phoenicurus phoenicurus"), wheatear ("Oenanthe oenanthe"), redwing ("Turdus iliacus"), mistle thrush ("Turdus viscivorus"), sedge warbler ("Acrocephalus schoenobaenus"), aquatic warbler ("Acrocephalus paludicola"), reed warbler ("Acrocephalus scirpaceus"), icterine warbler ("Hippolais icterina"), lesser whitethroat ("Sylvia curruca"), whitethroat ("Sylvia communis"), wood warbler ("Phylloscopus sibilatrix"), pied flycatcher ("Ficedula hypoleuca"), collared flycatcher ("Ficedula albicollis"), crested tit ("Lophophanes cristatus"), long-tailed tit ("Aegithalos caudatus"), red-backed shrike ("Lanius collurio"), jackdaw ("Corvus monedula"), common raven ("Corvus corax"), brambling ("Fringilla montifringilla"), hawfinch ("Coccothraustes coccothraustes"), serin ("Serinus serinus"), siskin ("Carduelis spinus"), bullfinch ("Pyrrhula pyrrhula"), linnet ("Carduelis cannabina"), common rosefinch ("Carpodacus erythrinus") and common crossbill ("Loxia curvirostra").
Nanjizel is within the Porthgwarra to Pordenack Point Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), designated in 1977 for its granite cliffs and maritime heath. The valley is a constant effort site (CES) for the West Cornwall Ringing Group which monitors the birds in the valley. Breeding birds include common chiffchaff ("Phylloscopus collybita"), common whitethroat ("Sylvia communis"), dunnock ("Prunella modularis"), Eurasian blackcap ("Sylvia atricapilla"), Eurasian wren ("Troglodytes troglodytes") and sedge warbler ("Acrocephalus schoenobaenus"). Other birds found include brambling ("Fringilla montifringilla"), cirl bunting ("Emberiza cirlus"), common grasshopper warbler ("Locustella naevia"), Eurasian siskin ("Spinus spinus") lesser redpoll ("Acanthis cabaret") and subalpine warbler ("Sylvia cantillans"). Rareties ringed in the autumn of 2014 were aquatic warbler ("Acrocephalus paludicola"), barred warbler ("Sylvia nisoria") and paddyfield warbler ("Acrocephalus agricola"). A first for Britain occurred on 8 October 2008 with the trapping, and the measuring of biometric data, of an alder flycatcher ("Empidonax alnorum"). A first for Cornwall occurred on 2 September 2015, when a Blyth's reed warbler ("Acrocephalus dumetorum") was ringed. There have been six Isles of Scilly records and one from Devon so it was considered long overdue for Cornwall.