PHOTO LIBRARY American Goldfinch / Chardonneret jaune (Spinus tristis) Introductory notes: Male and female American Goldfinches can be readily distinguished while in alternate plumage (roughly March or April to August or September), but differ more subtly in fall and winter. Ageing is simple in some cases, but can be complicated by unusually prolonged molt periods, which allow individuals of the same age and sex to have quite varying appearances at any given time. QUICK TIPS: 1) Look.
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