• The birds frequent areas rich with seeds and berries, as they keep strictly vegetarian diets.
  • Favored nesting locations include woodlands, prairies, cities, farmlands, and even deserts.
  • Gaining ground in the United States since 1940, house finches are robust birds and populations in North America are estimated between 300 million and one billion individuals.

Common House Finch Issues

  • The birds peck at ripening fruits and eat the seeds of various plants.
  • Large flocks can decimate crop yields for farmers.
  • They also eat budding blossoms and knock off flowering petals, which frustrates gardeners.
  • Vineyard owners also deal with house finches, as they attack grapes.

Removal Strategies

Catching and removing house finches is difficult as they are highly adaptable creatures. Contacting Critter Control is the best way to make sure the job is done correctly. Our team of pest management professionals are trained in the behavior of house finches and know how to effectively combat their presence.

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House Finches
House finches (Carpodacus mexicanus), also known as linnets, are about the same size as house sparrows.
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