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Society finches, also known as Bengalese finches, are domesticated birds. They are small and can be brown and white, cream and white, fawn and white, chocolate, or grey and chestnut in color. More »

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In the wild, baby finches are fed regurgitated insects by their mothers. According to Bird Channel, hand-reared baby finches are fed a strict diet of an electrolyte formula and commercial hand-rearing baby bird mix. More »

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Sparrows, Carolina wrens and house finches are examples of small brown birds. Other brown birds include the brown creeper, bushtit and gray-streaked flycatcher. All of these birds range from 4 to 7 inches in length. More »

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Yellow finches are small birds that are native to North America. The male is notable for his yellow plumage, which is at its most brilliant during the breeding season. He also has black and white wings and a black cap on... More »

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Zebra finches are easy to care for and make great pets because of their relatively quiet demeanor and active personalities. They should be kept in pairs or groups. Avoid mixing genders if you don't want breeding. More »

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In the wild, finches eat a varied diet of seeds, leaves, fruits and shoots. Some varieties of finches also eat spiders, insects and worms. This dietary variation provides them with the wide array of nutrients that they n... More »

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A society finch is a small bird with a short beak, a long tail and dull-colored feathers. The most common type of color pattern is chocolate, a dark brown pattern with areas of black, a two-toned brown and gray beak and ... More »

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