Golden-crowned Kinglet

Golden-crowned Kinglets are boldly marked with a black eyebrow stripe and flashy lemon-yellow crest. A good look can require some persistence, as they spend a lot of their time high up in dense spruce or fir foliage. To discover them, listen for their excessive, skinny name notes and track. 

Golden-crowned Kinglet


Though barely bigger than a hummingbird, this frenetically energetic bird can survive –forty diploma nights, generally huddling collectively for warmth. They breed in the far north and montane west and go to most of North America throughout winter.


Golden-crowned Kinglet


Golden-crowned Kinglet

The tiny Golden-crowned Kinglet is hardier than it looks, regularly wintering in regions where evening temperatures can fall underneath – 40° Fahrenheit.


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