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March 2020:
The scientific name for the House Finch (Haemorhous mexicanus) hints at a more exotic origin and a place many of us would like to be in the Winter. Originally from the western United States and Mexico, they were introduced to Long Island, New York in 1940. They quickly spread across the eastern United States and southern Canada. Dwayne Myers took this picture of a male House Finch from the much cooler climate of Canada in January, 2020.

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