A Common Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs) sings from his perch in the late summer sun. Not much longer and he’ll be on his way south to warmer climes. Each spring, he teaches the boys in his brood his distinctive song (there are regional dialects, just like in Norwegian.) Males use the tune to lure the ladies.

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