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Greater Yellow-Finch

Sicalis auriventris

ML201876041

IBC1562733

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Robert Humphries
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Valle Nevado
Lo Barnechea, Región Metropolitana de Santiago, Chile
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Latitude and Longitude -33.3564, -70.2491 Map

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A male Greater Yellow-Finch hopping on the ground. The Greater Yellow-Finch (Sicalis auriventris) is an alpine species that is common in the Andes above Santiago. Greater Yellow-Finches nest in rock cracks or in cracks in the walls of buildings. This male Greater Yellow-Finch was hopping around in the carpark at the Valle Nevado Ski Resort in the high Andes above Santiago, looking for food. Elevation: 3024 m. Date added to IBC: February 16, 2019.

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