red finch bird information
Common Names of red finch Red Going Weaver
Description of red finch
Males are quickly differentiated from the women by the rust red head coloration and also more colorful bust color. Juvenile men often fledge from the nest with some red on their head, but do not have the breast color of the males, but appear like the women in this regard. These birds are quick to go to nest. Those that have visited nest as well quickly however, appear to abandon their nests just as quickly.
The Red finch is not as aggressive in a combined nest as its relative the Cutthroat. They have a very various asking behavior than the Society chicks, so it is best to start with eggs under a set of Societies that have not raised any other kind of finch before. Still, many Cultures will not feed the young Red Goinged finches due to their straight up pleading pattern.