As part of promoting the Rosy-Finch Project, FiRN recently posted this new Rosy-Finch shirt. The Rosy-Finch Project (https://sagelandcollaborative.org/rosy-finch) is interested in all Rosy-Finches with an emphasis on the Black Rosy-Finch and Brown-capped Rosy-Finch because these species are identified by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as a “Species of Concern”.
Here is a link to some of the other shirts sold in the shop:
FiRN is a nonprofit, and has been granted 501c3 status. FiRN is committed to researching and protecting these birds and other threatened finch species like the Evening Grosbeak, Rosy-finches, and Hawaii’s finches. and if you have been enjoying all the blogs and identifying of Evening Grosbeak and Red Crossbill call types (upwards of 15,000 recordings listened to), redpoll subspecies and green morph Pine Siskins FiRN has helped with over the years, please think about supporting our efforts and making a small donation at the donate link below. See below for more details on projects.