British wildlife recordings

Acanthis flammea : Redpoll - Fringillidae

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    00:00:16

  • Shelf mark

    W1CDR0001375 BD9

  • Subjects

    Birds

  • Recording date

    1960s

  • Recording locations

    OS Grid Reference(641500,323500)

  • Recordist

    Shove, Lawrence

  • Species

    Redpoll, Acanthis flammea

  • Description

    This recording illustrates the calls of the redpoll. Despite its name, this species of finch possesses a mainly speckled brown plumage and white underparts, with only a smudge of red on the crown. The redpoll is an occasional winter visitor most commonly seen along the east coast of Britain, although it will explore inland woods in search of seeds and insects. It can be identified by its trilling ‘tji tji tji’ call.

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Acanthis flammea : Redpoll - Fringillidae

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