how about a group about the different birds that come into our gardens?
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Thanks! He's a cutie for sure. My books and the websites all said the red is hard to spot, but he sure likes showing it off, LOL. Thanks again for the help! Happy bird watching!
They are tiny little birds and adorable. We have them here in the winter, but the sun has to shining just right to see the ruby crown. I love it when they come.
My vote Ruby Crowned Kinglet as well. Grant you are fortunate to get a photo of his crown since they usually stay fairly high up in the trees and most of the time you don't get to see the "crown"..great shot.
Thanks for looking/commenting, all, I really appreciate it. Yes, that's a cute little red tuft on top of the male. Thanks for taking the time and effort to make the suggestions. AFter looking at allaboutbirds.org and looking up the candidate names I'm pretty sure it's a ruby crowned kinglet like you suggested, Judith (although Lucy's Warbler is an excellent candidate too!). The wing pattern makes me think it's the kinglet. Such a cute little round fat bird and a really cute little song too. Thanks again for the help. I'll try to get some more pics of him this week. We had a super rainy weekend but are expecting nothing but sunshine this week so hopefully I'll have a couple of photo ops. Take care and happy gardening and happy birding! Keep your pics coming!
I think that is a ruby crowned kinglet.
Grant yes it very well can be a warbler, Could be a Lucy or Virginia warbler Look them up in a book or on the internet. What ever it is it sure is cute, hey PATRICIA.
Grant, he is a cute little guy, Is that red on top of his head? Maybe he could be a finch of some sort? Hard to say..
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