The bullfinch lives in forests with dense undergrowth; it can also be found in gardens and city parks.
In summer, the bird lives both in dense forests and in light forests, but it is rarely possible to notice it. In winter, flocks of bullfinches are very clearly distinguishable, as are individual birds on the leafless trees of the park against a snow-white background.
Sled dogs of the Russian Far East have been bred since the Neolithic by aboriginal sedentary peoples who were engaged in fishing and hunting for sea animals and belonged to the so-called "Okhotsk culture". The descendants of these peoples - the Nivkhs, the Yukagirs-Chuvans, the Kereks, and partly the Asian Eskimos, have preserved the tradition of breeding sled dogs.