Video Bullfinches feeding on Sorrel seeds in wildflower meadow lawn

December 1, 2016

in A selection of my garden wildlife videos, Birds, Gardening For Wildlife

A pair of Bullfinches feeding upon Sorrel seeds in my wildflower meadow lawn

Although they visit my garden for the bird feeder during the winter and spring months, it was great to see the pair of them visiting my new wildflower meadow and eating seeds of Common Sorrel that I deliberately left to seed early summer. I was curious to see whether or not they would visit and they did. I was made up!

Male Bullfinch

Male Bullfinch

Nice to see them eating seeds from wildflowers instead of a bird feeder!

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Garden BirdWatch Bullfinch information

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