🦉 The common rosefinch (Carpodacus erythrinus)
📚 Carpodacus Greek: karpos fruit, daknō to bite
📚 erythrinus erythros (Greek, lat.) red
These birds come on rather late. This is due to the fact that for some reason they fly a long distance, and then return back.
It is not so easy to lure them to the sound, they do not react very willingly. But in the spring, you practically don't need to do this. It is enough just to hear the song of this bird, which sounds like "nice to meet you!" and go look for a singer. You will find it without any problems. A bright handsome male will definitely sit on a separate branch, or at the very top, show himself in every possible way.