North American's Tiniest Birds

Cute Bee Hummingbirds. It has blue and pink stripes on its head, wings, belly, and neck. Wings beat 200 times per second during mating rituals.

Bee Hummingbird

Costa's Hummingbirds can live up to nine years. These 3.5-inch birds weigh 0.10 ounces. These birds have silvery bodies and green underplumage.

Costa’s Hummingbird

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

Ruby-crowned Kinglet

The Lesser Goldfinch's black parts are mottled with grey and white, and its back is mottled yellow. Pale yellow, shorter beak.

Lesser Goldfinch

The Poecile carolinensis or Carolina Chickadee is 4.5-5 inches and weighs one-third of an ounce. This little black-and-white bird is aggressive.

Carolina Chickadee

The American Goldfinch (Spinus tristis) lives in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. They have yellow plumage and black-and-white striped wings.

American Goldfinch

Selasphorus calliope is a hummingbird found in the southwestern U.S. and Mexico. They're 3 to 3.5 inches long and weigh 1/10 oz.

 Calliope Hummingbird

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