This bird has been reportedly found in the following regions:
Canoga Park, California Cupertino, California Fair Oaks, California Fremont, California Mission Viejo, California Snellville, Georgia Conway, Missouri Saint Robert, Missouri Portland, Oregon Fort Worth, Texas San Antonio, Texas
On Oct 31, 2009, cricketfan from Fair Oaks, CA wrote:
This is a tiny, delightful bird which can be found in many gardens in this area (Fair Oaks CA). In spring a pair will use nest boxes readily and can quickly become accustomed to the presence of a quiet gardener. They are voracious insectivores and so do a great service for gardeners!
On Apr 22, 2013, RWLee99 from Mission Viejo, CA (Zone 10a) wrote:
The babies left the nest leaving one unhatched egg in the nest. The nest is in a flower pot that was mostly covered by a sack of potting soil. The two birds caring for the babies are very active flying back and forth with bugs of various types.