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  • J C

    white browed rosefinch

  • Pooja Panchal

    Most rosefinches are in the same genus, Carpodacus, as our House Finch and Purple Finch, another indication of how closely related some of the Himalayan birds are to our nearctic birds. -such a beautiful bird!

  • Eileen Williams

    White-browed rose finch. Pretty bird <3

  • Marna Marie

    Most Rose Finches are in the same genus, Carpodacus, as our House Finch and Purple Finch, another indication of how closely related some of the Himalayan birds are to our nearctic birds.

  • nans news

    white-browed rose finch bird

  • Angela Arafelis

    I would love to spot a pretty pink bird like this one! White-Browed Rose Finch

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