Physical Traits: The males have black wings and tails with a black cap and brilliant yellow feathers in summer. The female and male are yellow green in winter.
Habitat: Their nests are made of small stems and grass, cup-shaped, and are found in forks of trees. They nest in late July. American Goldfinch is found in fields, at roadsides, and in open fields. Their favorite foods are nyger and sunflower.
Recommended Feeder: Ground, large hopper, large tube, platform, small hopper, small tube
Feeder Tips: Dispense Finch Mix through a nyger tube feeder. The seed openings are small and prevent seed from spilling. The tiny holes and short perches make these tubes exclusive to finches. Hang a tube feeder from a tree branch. Even on windy days, finches will delightfully feed on a swaying feeder.
States and Regions Found: Southern Canada and across the United States