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What do they look like?

A small member of the finch family, the Siskin has a fine, pointed bill and deeply forked tail, which is easily visible in flight. The male will be bright yellow with a white belly and yellowy-green back, while the female has more muted colours and shows more streaks.

What do they eat?

A lover of nuts and seeds, the Siskin will visit your peanut feeders, especially in the winter months.

Where do they nest?

The Siskin's nest will be found high in a coniferous tree on the fork of a branch.

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