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Siskins are particularly associated with conifers such as pines and spruce. They feed on the seeds of these as well as seeds from various other trees. This was seen at Fairburn in West Yorkshire.
March 30, 2013Wonderful capture!!
Thank you for my feature Teresa, I’m pleased that you like this.
Very nice capture
were did you take succ a great shot !!
I’m glad you like this, it was at Fairburn and the sun actually shone!
A super photo Di. I really like it a lot.
I’m really pleased that you do! Thanks Mike, your comment means a lot.
Featured Monday 1 Apr 2013
That’s brilliant Steve, thanks a lot for the feature!
Congratulations on being featured on the BNofE page this week. Well done!Siskins are quite a rare sight, this is a lovely photo.
Thanks a lot, they are lovely birds and always to treat to see.