Finches Seen In North America
Different types of finches seen in North America.
The Hawfinch is the biggest bird of the Fringillidae family. They have a distinctive heavy silhouette with their “huge” bill and head, and short neck and tail.
The Lawrence's Goldfinch is a small songbird of erratic distribution that breeds in California and Baja California and winters in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico.
The Cassin's Finch is very similar to the more familiar Purple Finch, but is slightly larger with a larger bill and subtle plumage variations.