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Finches are typically inhabitants of wooded areas, but some can be found on mountains or even in deserts. They are primarily seed eaters, but some species include considerable amounts of bugs and berries in their diet. Species on display in this set include American, Lawrence’s and Lesser Goldfinches, Cassin’s, Gray-Crowned Rosy, House, and Purple Finches, Common and Hoary Redpolls, Morelet’s Seedeater, and White-Winged Crossbill. All true finches have 12 tail feathers and nine primary flight feathers.