Irruptive Bird Common Redpoll
Photograph - Wildlife Photography
Irruptive Bird Common Redpoll by Christina Rollo. Close-up portrait of a colorful male Common Redpoll (Carduelis flammea), perched on a branch during winter in central NY, USA. Common Redpolls are irruptive birds, meaning there is a sudden and rapid increase in their population. Bird species irrupt for various reasons including availability of food or climate conditions. In this case the irruption was caused by winter migration from breeding areas north of New York state.
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Christina Rollo is a New York based nature photographer who seeks captivating moments. Her passion for animals has led her to take many photos of colorful hummingbirds, birds, animals, nature and landscapes. Her fine art collection includes museum quality photo prints, canvas, acrylic, metal, framed art, greeting cards and more. Buy fine art online for home or business, bring a little outdoors in!
January 26th, 2013
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