Translation of bullfinch in Spanish:


camachuelo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbʊlfɪn(t)ʃ/


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    camachuelo masculine
    pardillo masculine
    • Nearby, the rough grass and scrub contain large stands of teasels and thistles, which provide seeds for finches - goldfinch, chaffinch, bullfinch, brambling and siskin are frequent winter visitors.
    • Every month, RSPCA inspectors in Rochdale receive three or four reports of greenfinches, bullfinches, linnets and goldfinches being trapped and caged before being sold to breeders.
    • Other species in danger are the brown hare, skylark, linnet, reed bunting, tree sparrow, grey partridge, bullfinch, song thrush and grass-wrack pondweed.
    • Feeding on berries or with a mouthful of insects to take to chicks in their nests, images included blackbirds, robins, thrushes and many other birds rarely seen such as the bullfinch, chaffinch, woodpecker, kingfisher and kestrel.
    • The reserve is home to woodpeckers, chaffinches, bullfinches and blackbirds.
    • They have disappeared from our view, as have bullfinches and tree sparrows, nuthatches and marsh tits.
    • In the case of greenfinches and bullfinches, which, like starlings, have relatively massive outer primaries, molt rate is exaggerated (steeper slope) during the early part of molt and underestimated later.
    • Those in situ lengths were converted to mass in the same way as described above, using data on total feather length and mass, and the distribution of mass along the length of each feather, obtained from dead greenfinches and bullfinches.
    • He confirmed that many species have become very depleted, especially the tree sparrow and the bullfinch, but contrary to the current impression more are holding their own and even increasing.
    • There's heather on it and bullfinches, willow warblers and snipes.
    • Almost every grower had little option but to trap bullfinches (using cage-traps complete with a live decoy) during the winter and spring.
    • Dog roses, bramble, nettles and thistles provide good for birds such as goldfinch, greenfinch, chaffinches and the occasional rarity such as brambling or bullfinch.
    • Most urban and suburban gardeners would nowadays be astonished to see the once-common linnet or bullfinch, even if they recognised one in the first place.
    • He worried about the future of the golden eagle, the osprey and the nightingale and he condemned the persecution of the bullfinch.
    • Mrs. d' Urberville instructs Tess to whistle to the bullfinches that Mrs. d' Urberville treats as pets and Alec surprises Tess as she's practicing her whistling in the garden.
    • Whenever she's lost in thought she finds herself drawing a tree under a rainy, autumn sky; a spring flower along a roadside; a red-breasted bullfinch in the snow.
    • On farmland, the numbers of song thrushes fell by 66 per cent between 1972 and 1996, of bullfinches by 62 per cent, of skylarks by 75 per cent, of linnets by 40 per cent, of spotted flycatchers by 78 per cent and of lapwings by 46 per cent.
    • It's crucial we provide our bullfinches with the wintering feeding resources that will encourage them to come here.
    • We have a man as Cinderella's broom come to life, fairies dressed as a celluloid tea service, dragonflies, grasshoppers, bullfinches and sunflowers, and four lovely dancers as the Seasons.
    • My bird list included long-tailed tit, greenfinch, mistle thrush, collared dove, pied wagtail, great tit and a particularly coloured male bullfinch.