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The colorful Yellow-fronted Canary is a member of the finch family. Forages in small flocks on the ground and in grass for seeds and insects.
Greenish-gray upperparts. Yellow underparts and rump. Yellow eyebrow and cheek. Dark malar stripe. Pale conical bill. Sexes similar, but female and juvenile are duller in color. 4.5 inches in length.
Dry open woodlands and cultivated areas. Native to Southern Africa.
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It is a very cute photo, though it looks like you had a serious camera shake, or simply too slow shutter speed. Please enter exposure details, which are very important for other people to know.