A neglected bird
In certain seasons of the year, it can resemble a fluttering cotton candy ball.
A species of bird belonging to the Fringillidae family is the lovely and incredibly beautiful pink brow rose finch (Carpodacus rodochroa).
A bird with a maroon crest, deep pink belly, „browed“ face pattern, and light streaking on the back almost appears to be a bright raspberry pink.
The species‘ female is dark with white brows, palecheeks, and striped underparts.
Additionally, this bird can be found in Bhutan, China, India, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand, and Vietnam.
It enjoys meadows, high-altitude subtropical and tropical shrubland, and boreal woodlands.
This remarkable animal lives on the local grasses, berries, seeds, and other small plants.
The female builds a small nest in dense vegetation about 2 meters above the ground during the mating season.
As a result, birchbark strips, animal hair, and moss make up its composition.
Look at this magnificent and amazing bird! Due to its extensive range, this bird is not thought to be in immediate danger.