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Red poll

a breed of red, polled dual-purpose cattle.
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7million in 1973 to 220,000, and the lesser redpoll (2.
These include lesser and mealy redpolls, and four Arctic redpolls, which are a rarity.
Scarcer finch species such as the brambling, moving from 53 to 34 in the rankings, and redpoll, seen in almost twice as many gardens this year as last, have also been much more numerous.
Common Redpoll (Carduelis flammea): Small, streaked finch with a bright red cap and black chin.
And there have been worrying losses among several woodland species, such as marsh tit, willow tit and redpoll.
Owing to our limited understanding of many of the factors listed above, we cannot speculate on why our site had a higher total density of breeding birds in 2003 (more snow bunting, Lapland longspur, Baird's sandpiper, hoary redpoll, and parasitic jaeger) than in other years.
Some species, such as the lesser redpoll and willow tit, have crashed by more than 50% since the late 1960s.
At RSPB Conwy, a male Lesser Redpoll has been flight-displaying.
Herons, woodcock, reed bunting, lesser redpoll, snipe were all recorded, while numbers of brambling, siskin and goldfinches also increased.
The most commonly observed passerine species appearing at the Chukotka land sites in significant numbers that indicated migratory behaviour were eastern yellow wagtail (Motacilla tschutschensis), American pipit (Anthus rubescens), lapland longspur (Calcarius lapponicus), snow bunting (Plectrophenax nivalis), common redpoll (Carduelis flammed) and hoary redpoll (C.
The garden on Redpoll Grove was left strewn with shattered wood.