Crimson-browed Finch

The Crimson-browed Finch is a true finch species . It is sometimes placed in a monotypic genus Propyrrhula, and might be allied to the rosefinches .

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

The Crimson-browed Finch (Pinicola subhimachala) is a true finch species (family Fringillidae). It is sometimes placed in a monotypic genus Propyrrhula, and might be allied to the rosefinches (Carpodacus and allies). It is found in Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, and Nepal. Its natural habitats are temperate forests and temperate shrubland. References - * BirdLife International 2009. Pinicola subhimachala. 2009 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. More

* Crimson-browed Finch, generally placed in Pinicola or in a monotypic genus, may belong in the rosefinch group. * Crimson-browed Finch, Propyrrhula subhimachala References - Text document with red question mark.svg This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. More

Crimson-browed Finch at Pelling were also important sightings from the area. Itinerary Day 1: Arrive Bagdogra airport (p.m.) and travel by road to Sukna ( 1/2 hr). Stay at Sukna Forest Bungalow. Day 2: a.m. birding at Sukna and Phulbari Barrage, Siliguri. Drive to Pemayangtse, Sikkim. More

Crimson-browed Finch was snapped on 28/02/2010. Regards, Subhasis Roy Crimson-browed Finch-male 1.jpg 204K Download Forward You must Sign in before you can post messages.To post a message you must first join this group.Please update your nickname on the subscription settings page before posting.You do not have the permission required to post. More

tree line Jesper heard a Crimson-browed Finch calling and it was not long before we found it perched out on top of a spruce tree in the bright sunshine. The spruce trees eventually gave way to low alpine-type scrub where a female White-bellied Redstart was seen carry food. We stopped for lunch on a ridge overlooking two valleys and as we rested a group of Szechenyi’s Monal Partridges were heard calling in the valley below. We scanned the valley for a time but with no luck. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Fringillidae
Genus : Pinicola
Species : subhimachala
Authority : (Hodgson, 1836)