This bird is widespread throughout the forests of northern Europe and Asia. It is migratory, wintering in southern Europe, north Africa, northern Pakistan, Kashmir, northern Republic of India, China and Japan.

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The Brambling is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

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brambling pronunciation /ˈbræm blɪŋ/ Show Spelled Show IPA –nounan Old World finch, Fringilla montifringilla, the male of which is black and white with a reddish-brown breast. Use brambling in a SentenceSee images of bramblingSearch brambling on the Web - Origin: 1560–70; earlier bramlin (bram- (var. More

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The Brambling, Fringilla montifringilla, is a small passerine bird in the finch family Fringillidae. It is also known as the cock o' the North (). More

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Brambling - Fringilla montifringillaThe Brambling is common finch in Europe and Asia. However, every year, small numbers are found in Alaska during migration, apparently after crossing the Bering strait from nearby Russia. Even smaller numbers will occasionally migrate further south through North America. They have reached several U.S. states. They can sometimes surprise a birder by popping up unexpectedly at a feeder. However, there have only been two documented cases of a Brambling in South Dakota (see SDOU's "Birds of South Dakota). More

Brambling: A Eurasian species, common but irregular as a migrant in the Bering Sea region, including the Aleutians; casual in fall and winter in southern Alaska; accidental south to Canada and northwestern U.S. states. Preferred habitats include northern forests with birch trees during breeding season; prefers agricultural fields, woodlands (especially beech), parks, and gardens during winter. More

Bramblings are small, stout birds, with a body length of about 5.7 in (14.5 cm). Males have a black head and back, a rich orange throat and breast, wings and tail marked with white and black, and a whitish belly. Females have a similar but much duller coloration. During the winter, males look similar to the females, but they start to molt into their breeding plumage in late winter. More

The Brambling is sometimes described as the Chaffinch of the north, for in the pine and birch forests of Scandinavia it seems to replace the Chaffinch as the commonest bird. In all plumages, Bramblings can be recognised by the obvious orange on the breast extending across the shoulders onto their wings. In winter the head and mantle are usually a blotchy grey-brown but in some birds these wear away to produce a stunning black head, even before they depart back to Scandinavia. More

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The brambling is a 15-centimetre (6-inch) finch. The male is mostly black, with white rump and a light red-brown breast and shoulders; the female is brown, with streaked back. Learn more about "brambling" Citations - MLA Style: "brambling." Encyclopædia Britannica. 2010. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 16 May. 2010 . APA Style:brambling. (2010). In Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved May 16, 2010, from Encyclopædia Britannica Online: http://www.britannica. More

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The Brambling gives a quick glance at the feeders before descending to feed on black oil seed on the ground. Feeling a bit weary on Saturday, April 8th, after just arriving home from Island Park where I had spent the better part of the previous night recording the spring mating calls of Boreal Owls for a video production that I am working on, I was glad to be settling into my easy chair for an evening of movie viewing. More

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Brambling records in the Western Isles Scarce (very small numbers each year) passage and winter visitor (Source: Outer Hebrides Bird Report) The chart below shows how abundant the Brambling is during a month or when you are more likely to see it. More

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brambling definition Hear it! = brambling definition bram·bling (-bliŋ) noun a brightly colored, migrating finch (Fringilla montifringilla) of Europe Origin: earlier bramline, prob. < bramble bram·bling (brămˈblĭng) noun A finch (Fringilla montifringilla) of northern Eurasia, having black, white, and rust-brown plumage. Origin: Probably from Old English *brǽmbling : brǽmbel, bramble + -ling, one connected with; see -ling 1. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Fringillidae
Genus : Fringilla
Species : montifringilla
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758