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… Read More SISKINS
Here is a Pine Siskin in a young Ponderosa Pine tree. Learn about them here: PINE SISKIN and here: PINE SISKINS.
We have had many Pine Siskin’s in our neighborhood this spring. They are not shy and hang out in small groups in trees or on our feeders. Learn some more about them here: PINE SISKIN
The Pine Siskin are a small finch found throughout much of North America and known for their sporadic winter migration. The adults are streaky brown with yellow on their wings and tail, the tails are short and forked. Pine Siskin’s forage in trees, shrubs, and in weeds for seeds, plant parts, and some insects. Here… Read More PINE SISKIN