🦉 The common chaffinch or simply the chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs)
📚 fringilla (lat.) - finch; fi nco (Old German), fi nc (Old English)
📚 caelebs coelebs (lat.) - single, idle, unmarried
In early spring, early April, as soon as the snow begins to melt, you can expect the arrival of these birds. Males immediately occupy territories and the whole forest is filled with their recognizable songs.
And in summer, these birds are not heard at all, only rare calls.
Birds are busy feeding their offspring and training them for adult life.
In the second photo, in the foreground, a female is jumping along a path full of poplar fluff with seeds. And in the background is a fledgling, he watches the actions of the parent and repeats them, learns to eat and get his own food on his own.