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Serinus Collection

Serinus, also known as the canary family, is a diverse group of birds that includes various species such as the Serin Finch and the island canary

Background imageSerinus Collection: Varieties of Fringilla

Varieties of Fringilla
Fringilla montana 1, petronia 2, cannabina 3, montium 4, serinus 5, carduelis 6, spinus 7, citrinella 8

Background imageSerinus Collection: Secretary bird, Sagittarius serpentarius

Secretary bird, Sagittarius serpentarius, wild and tame canaries, Serinus canaria. Handcoloured steel engraving by du Casse after an illustration by Adolph Fries from Felix-Edouard Guerin-Menevilles

Background imageSerinus Collection: Serin Finch, illustration from A History of the Birds of Europe Not Observed in the British Isles

Serin Finch, illustration from A History of the Birds of Europe Not Observed in the British Isles by Charles Robert
LLM339017 Serin Finch, illustration from A History of the Birds of Europe Not Observed in the British Isles by Charles Robert Bree (1811-86), published 1867 (colour litho) by English School

Background imageSerinus Collection: Passeres, Finches (colour litho)

Passeres, Finches (colour litho)
6016759 Passeres, Finches (colour litho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Passeres, Finches)

Background imageSerinus Collection: Serin (Serinus serinus), in snow, Finland, December

Serin (Serinus serinus), in snow, Finland, December

Background imageSerinus Collection: Closeup Of Yellow Fronted Canary (Serinus Mozambicus) Sitting On Green Stalk, Blue Sky

Closeup Of Yellow Fronted Canary (Serinus Mozambicus) Sitting On Green Stalk, Blue Sky

Background imageSerinus Collection: Serinus canaria, island canary

Serinus canaria, island canary
Specimen of an island canary (Serinus canaria)

Background imageSerinus Collection: Picture No. 10891127

Picture No. 10891127
Canary - male by water (Serinus canaria) Date:

Background imageSerinus Collection: Picture No. 10877692

Picture No. 10877692
Streaky Seedeater (Serinus striolatus) Date:

Background imageSerinus Collection: Picture No. 10891831

Picture No. 10891831
Common Canary (Serinus canaria) Date:

Background imageSerinus Collection: Picture No. 10891832

Picture No. 10891832
Common Canary (Serinus canaria) Date:

Background imageSerinus Collection: Picture No. 10891830

Picture No. 10891830
Common Canary (Serinus canaria) Date:

Background imageSerinus Collection: Picture No. 10922223

Picture No. 10922223
Yellow Canaries - with Scaly-feathered Finches (Sporopipes squamifrons) drinking at waterhole. Kalahari Desert, South Africa. (Serinus flaviventris). Date:

Background imageSerinus Collection: Picture No. 10922224

Picture No. 10922224
Yellow Canary. perched in tree - South Africa. (Serinus flaviventris). Date:

Background imageSerinus Collection: Male Serin singing - Spain

Male Serin singing - Spain

Background imageSerinus Collection: European Serin Male - Extremadura Spain

European Serin Male - Extremadura Spain

Background imageSerinus Collection: Citril Finch (Carduelis citrinella) adult male, feeding on weed seeds, Pyrenees, Aragon, Spain, July

Citril Finch (Carduelis citrinella) adult male, feeding on weed seeds, Pyrenees, Aragon, Spain, July

Background imageSerinus Collection: Parisian Frilled Canary (Serinus) perching on a branch

Parisian Frilled Canary (Serinus) perching on a branch

Background imageSerinus Collection: Serinus pusillus, red-fronted serin

Serinus pusillus, red-fronted serin
Red-fronted serin egg specimens


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Serinus, also known as the canary family, is a diverse group of birds that includes various species such as the Serin Finch and the island canary. These beautiful creatures belong to the Passeres order and are part of the Fringilla genus. One fascinating member of this family is the Secretary bird (Sagittarius serpentarius), which may seem out of place among finches but shares its classification with them. This unique bird captivates with its long legs and distinctive crest, making it an iconic symbol in African wildlife. The Serin Finch, illustrated by Charles Robert Bree in his book "A History of Birds of Europe Not Observed in the British Isles, " showcases their vibrant plumage and delicate features. The color lithograph captures these finches' beauty, highlighting their presence within European avian diversity. In Finland's snowy landscapes during December, one can witness a serene scene: a Serin perched amidst pure white surroundings. The contrast between its yellow feathers and icy backdrop creates an enchanting sight that demonstrates nature's resilience even in harsh conditions. Another captivating image shows a close-up view of a Yellow Fronted Canary (Serinus Mozambicus) sitting on a green stalk against a clear blue sky. Its bright colors bring joy to any observer while showcasing nature's artistic palette. Not to be forgotten is the island canary (Serinus canaria), which has become synonymous with these charming birds due to its popularity as pets worldwide. Their melodious songs have brought happiness into countless homes throughout history. Through these stunning images captured by talented photographers, we gain insight into the vast variety found within Serinus species. From illustrations depicting historical records to photographs capturing their natural habitats or domestic bliss, each picture tells us more about these delightful creatures that continue to fascinate both scientists and enthusiasts alike.