Mother's Day is May 11th.

Adopt an American Goldfinch

The American goldfinch, with its black markings and white wing bar, is common across most of the lower 48 states. They are commonly seen in thickets of brush and weedy grasslands. Goldfinches are sociable birds that travel in flocks during winter and feed in small groups during breeding season. American goldfinches love seeds, so they will wait until mid-to-late summer to begin nesting when their favorite food is available. Although widespread, some goldfinch populations could be impacted by global warming. As climate changes, seed-producing plants on which goldfinches feed may decline in the southerly portions of the bird's range, eliminating a key habitat component in those areas. Please help us save wildlife from global warming and other threats. Adopt an American goldfinch today!
Showing 1-5 of 5