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 Translation for 'common redpoll' from English to Norwegian
NOUN   a common redpoll | common redpolls
orn.T
gråsisik {m} [Acanthis flammea, syn.: Carduelis flammea]
(common) redpoll
Partial Matches
orn.T
polarsisik {m} [Acanthis hornemanni, syn.: Carduelis hornemanni]
hoary redpoll
orn.T
brunsisik {m} [Acanthis (flammea) cabaret]
lesser redpoll
orn.T
polarsisik {m} [Acanthis hornemanni, syn.: Carduelis hornemanni]
Arctic redpoll
vanlig {adj}common
3
allmenn {adj}common
alminnelig {adj}common
3
felles {adj}common
zool.T
nordpadde {m/f} [Bufo bufo]
common toad
orn.T
tornsanger {m} [Curruca communis, syn.: Sylvia communis]
(common) whitethroat
orn.T
sørnattergal {m} [Luscinia megarhynchos]
(common) nightingale
orn.T
trane {m/f} [Grus grus]
common crane
orn.T
musvåk {m} [Buteo buteo]
common buzzard
orn.T
svartand {m/f} [Melanitta nigra]
common scoter
orn.T
gransanger {m} [Phylloscopus collybita]
(common) chiffchaff
orn.T
bokfink {m} [Fringilla coelebs]
(common) chaffinch
orn.T
krikkand {m/f} [Anas crecca]
common teal
orn.T
makrellterne {m/f} [Sterna hirundo]
common tern
orn.T
svartstrupe {m} [Saxicola rubicola]
(common) stonechat
orn.T
tårnseiler {m} [Apus apus]
common swift
orn.T
tornirisk {m} [Linaria cannabina, syn.: Carduelis cannabina]
(common) linnet
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Usage Examples English
  • Uncommon winter visitors have included pine siskins, common redpoll, and evening grosbeak.
  • The northeast forest is also home to a great variety of species and contains an abundance of common redpoll, willow warbler, Lapland longspur, bluethroat and redwing.
  • Several finches eat alder seeds, notably common redpoll and pine siskin, and as do deer mice.
  • They also put on half again as much winter fat as their common redpoll and American goldfinch relatives.
  • The common redpoll is a small brownish-grey finch with dark streaks and a bright red patch on its forehead.

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