Is it a raspberry? Is it cotton candy?
Meet the pink-brown rosefinch
(Carpodacus rodochroa), a graceful finch in the family Fringillidae.
The male bird of this species has a bright, crimson-pink plumage with faint streaks on its back.
Females are browner in color, with white eyebrows and light markings on the cheeks and throat.
This bird can be found in the Himalayas.
It prefers to live in forests, hillsides, and high tropical shrublands.
These birds have a diet of seeds, berries, grasses, and small herbs.
Female finch builds a nest about two meters above the ground during breeding seasons, made of bark, moss, and animal hair.