The Pink-Browed Rosefinch Flaunting Its Pink Beauty

Fringillidae family

Many people have considered the pink color for specific females. However, I dare say that no one (whether a male or female) could deny admiring this pretty Pink-Browed Rosefinch with pink plumage (as defined by its name). It is certainly the most fascinating tiny pink creature. 

Whether it comes to strawberry Ice-cream flavor, bubble gum, cotton candy, and flamingos pink always rocks, same as the Pink-Browed Rosefinch.

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Pink-Browed Rosefinch (Carpodacus Rodochroa) belongs to the Fringillidae family. Males certainly look like fluffy pink flying cotton candy. 

The pink-Browed Rosefinch is a migratory bird. Read more to grab more exciting facts about this pinky finch. 

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 It is most commonly known for its pink plumage.

Male Rosefinches have dark pink bellies, and their upper parts have a splash of pink color.

Pink-Browed Rosefinch

Let’s have a walk.

Pink-browed rosefinch ranges across the Northern regions of the Indian subcontinent.

They reside mainly in the Himalayas. The natural habitats of the rosefinch are boreal forests and subtropical or tropical dry forests.

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They are mainly found in Bhutan, Tibet, Nepal, India, and Pakistan.

Meet the pretty pinky bird.

They love to eat grasses, herbs, seeds, and berries.

Pink-Browed Rosefinch eating grass seeds

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As is common with birds, females of Pink-browed rosefinch are not that vibrant in color.

Females of rosefinch lack pink shade, they have brown plumage with hints of dark brown color. Their underparts are white with striking brown on their throat and also have a dark brown crown on their head with white eyebrows.

Pink-Browed Rosefinch

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Male Rosefinch is the sight that is worth gushing over.

You may be amazed knowing that there are almost 25-30 species of Rosefinch, and they all have distinct characteristics, Pink-browed Rosefinch is one of them.

Female birds build nests.

Pink-Browed Rosefinch nests

Females build their nests using twigs, animal hair, and moss. They place their nests around 2 meters above the ground.

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Nature always surprises us with its diversified creatures, and provides us with a bunch of opportunities to encounter colorful creatures. This pink-browed Rosefinch is undeniably the delightful creativity of nature. Let us know your thoughts about this pretty pink bird and what are the other fascinating facts about this bird.

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