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Then you get big white ones that are not quite white enough and that are thought to come from Iceland ( icelandica ) – I have no idea what you can call these but let’s stick with Common Redpoll . A. h. exilipes (hoary redpoll) Common redpoll (Acanthis flammea) A. f. flammea (mealy redpoll) A. f. islandica (Icelandic redpoll) A. f. rostrata (Greenland redpoll) Lesser redpoll (Acanthis cabaret) Arctic redpoll.

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18 Apr 2020 Greenland Redpoll Carduelis flammea rostrata. Awaiting Information. Arctic/ Hoary Redpoll Carduelis hornemanni. Rare vagrant. Two county  9.

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Acanthis flammea rostrata nästa/next Antal fynd/individer (number of records/individuals): 1/1 1: 2006 30.12, 1 1 cy. M Bredmar, Landsort, Södermanland, ringed (F 2007:148, F 2013:150) Fringillidae. Acanthis flammea rostrata.

Small numbers of these redpolls are seen in eastern Canada and the northeastern US states. MA - February notes on Redpolls 1 : rostrata?
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They are small birds, brown or grey-brown above and with a red forehead patch. The adult male's breast is washed in red The most widely held view recognises two species, the common redpoll (including flammea, islandica, rostrata and cabaret) and the arctic redpoll (including hornemanni and exilipes).
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Always heavily streaked dark, even down to the rear flanks. As energetic as their electric zapping call notes would suggest, Common Redpolls are active foragers that travel in busy flocks. Look for them feeding on catkins in birch trees or visiting feeders in winter. These small finches of the arctic tundra and boreal forest migrate erratically, and they occasionally show up in large numbers as far south as the central U.S. During such irruption years German: Birkenzeisig-rostrata English: Common Redpoll (rostrata), Greater Redpoll, Greenland Common Redpoll, Greenland Redpoll, Redpoll French: Sizerin flammé (forme du Groënland), Sizerin flammé (Groënland), Sizerin flammé du Groënland German: Birkenzeisig-rostrata English: Common Redpoll (rostrata), Greenland Redpoll French: Sizerin flammé du Groënland, Sizerin flammé du Groënland (rostrata) Scientific: Acanthis flammea rostrata, Acanthis flammea rostrata (rostrata), Aegiothus rostratus, Carduelis flammea rostrata, Carduelis flammea rostrata (rostrata) Dutch: Grote Barmsijs Acanthis flammea rostrata (Coues, 1862) Trivialnamn: grönlandsgråsiska Synonymer: Carduelis flammea rostrata (Coues, 1862); Common Redpoll, ssp. rostrata: Delvisa synonymer (pro parte) - Felanvändningar (auct.) - Klassificering Three rostrata “Greater” redpolls are fairly obvious here (blue arrows), being larger and darker than the birds around them. And several others are possibly “Greater” but not quite dark enough or large enough to be identified confidently. The bird possessed some rather Arctic Redpoll-like structural characters, largely a function of feather density - a fat ‘pug-faced’, small-eyed look, bull-necked appearance, deep chest, broad ‘shoulders’, very long ‘tubular’, barrel-shaped body (like the rostrata), heavily ‘trousered’ tibia and long wings and tail.