🦉 The Eurasian bullfinch, common bullfinch or bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula)
📚 Pyrrhula (Greek): pyrrhos - red
There is about a month left before these wonderful lush birds arrive. From spring to early autumn, they lead a very secretive and inconspicuous lifestyle. In the summer, I noticed that they even fly silently, and do not make the slightest sound.
But with the arrival of cold weather, they begin to slowly fly to the cities. They can often be seen on rowan and ash trees. They bite through rowan berries to get seeds. Therefore, if you see a lot of chewed berries under the tree, then you should know that there was a bullfinch. And they eat ash seeds in very cold weather, since these seeds contain a lot of fatty oil.