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Ruby-crowned Kinglet (Adult male)

You don't know cute & tiny until you've seen a Ruby-crowned Kinglet. It flicks and flits among the trees, nervously twitching its wings. Males sport a red "crown" that is hard to spot until you catch him singing.

Ruby Crowned Kinglet -  One of North America's smallest birds, it can be recognized by its constant wing-flicking. The male shows its red crown only infrequently. Photo © Ken Schneider

Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Regulus calendula: one of N.Amer's smallest birds, it can be recognized by its constant wing-flicking. The male shows its red crown only infrequently

Ruby-crowned Kinglet

Ruby-crowned Kinglet

Ruby-crowned Kinglet Male | by Ken Phenicie Jr.

ruby crowned kinglet - one of the species spotted at Hill Country Conservancy's Nalle Bunny Run Wildlife Preserve

Ruby-crowned Kinglet by Greg Lavaty (117 pieces)

Ruby-crowned Kinglet by Greg Lavaty pieces)

Ruby-crowned Kinglet

This photo from the TrekNature travel gallery is titled 'Ruby-crowned Kinglet Photo'.

Baltimore Oriole (Icterus galbula)

Baltimore Oriole was formerly considered to belong to the same species as the western Bullock's Oriole, under the combined name of Northern Oriole.

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