Coues’s Arctic Redpoll
The Arctic redpoll is similar in appearance to the common redpoll but generally paler.
Its distinguished from that species by the white pale rump patch and the uniformly pale vent area.
The females are more streaked on their breasts, sides and rumps, but are still pale. Adults are about 12 to 14 centimeters in length.
The Arctic redpoll is partially migratory and tends to move southwards in November and north again in March and April.
Breeding takes place from May to July.
What they eat:
Small seeds from birch, alder and spruce, and insects.