The European sarin, or just serin, (Serinus serinus) is the smallest European species of the family of finches (Fringillidae) and is closely related to the canary.
The European Serin upper parts are dark-streaked grayish green, with a yellow rump. The yellow breast and white belly are also heavily streaked. The male has a brighter yellow face and breast, yellow wing bars and yellow tail sides.
The European Serin builds its nest in a shrub or tree, laying 3–5 eggs.
Diet for European Serin:
Paradise Earth Premium Finch Blend, greens and fruit. During breeding season they should be given live worms and egg food.