Group of Goldfinches Pecking in the Grass - Stock video

Alertness, Animal, Animal Call, Animal Wildlife, Animals In The Wild

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Stock video ID:473104021
Upload date:June 04, 2015


A group of Goldfinches pecking in the grass, feast on seeds spilled from a wildlife feeder. This tiny flock consists of five (5) males and two (2) females, before two (2) of the males suddenly fly away at 0:22. (Live audio is included so you can hear the birds chirping in the stereo soundtrack as they take flight.) The Goldfinches are nervous and alert on the ground, so anxious two (2) of the males noisely take flight, leaving the other five (5) finches alert pecking on seeds in the grass.
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