Ruby-crowned Kinglet

The Ruby-crowned Kinglet, or Regulus calendula, is very active and continually flicks its wings. This grayish-green kinglet burns 10 calories a day.

American Bushtit

The American Bushtit (Psaltriparus minimus) is 2.8 to 4.33 inches long but weighs only 0.20 ounces. These spherical birds are mainly grey to greyish brown

Costa’s Hummingbird

The typical lifespan of the Calypte costae is unknown. Usually common in the southwestern states, these birds have been observed in Alaska.

 Calliope Hummingbird

Green wings, backs, and chests with white chests and underplumage. Selasphorus calliope is a southwestern hummingbird.

Bee Hummingbird

The Bee Hummingbird (Mellisuga helenae) is the world's tiniest bird. Bee Hummingbirds are little but gorgeous.

Lesser Goldfinch

Its black regions are speckled with grey and white, and its back is mottled yellow. Pale yellow, shorter beak. 3.5-4.7-inch long, 0.28-0.41-ounce birds.

Brown-headed Nuthatch

Their names come from the brown patch on their crowns. Their chests are that colour. Their wings are grayish-blue, grey, white, and brown. Live 10 years

Carolina Chickadee

This little black-and-white bird is aggressive. It's white with grey wings and tail. Its diet of spiders and insects may explain its aggression.

American Goldfinch

The American Goldfinch (Spinus tristis) has bright colours. It has yellow plumage and black and white striped wings.

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