Pine Siskins are all over my area in northern Arizona. They are tiny song birds with sharp-pointed beaks, heavily brown streaked with yellow in the wings at the base of their forked tail feathers. Here are some Pine Siskin’s I saw in late summer among the wild sunflowers.
Here is a fun article about Pine Siskins from Audubon. https://www.audubon.org/news/-pine-siskin-finch-irruption-fall-2020
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these guys come in hoards and eat everything in sight!
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Same here! Love them.