American Bushtit (Psaltriparus minimus)
Order: Passeriformes Family: Aegithalidae Genus: Psaltriparus Species: minimus
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This bird has been reportedly found in the following regions:
Canoga Park, California
Channel Islands Beach, California Kelseyville, California Long Beach, California San Jose, California (2 reports) Glade Park, Colorado Vancouver, Washington
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Positive macncat On Feb 25, 2010, macncat from Aurora, CO wrote:
A small group of these birds came to the feeder in late Jan. I thought them kinglets but they have a longer tail. They were not interested in seeds but in the suet. A couple days latter I saw them again.
Positive johnboyo66 On Mar 13, 2010, johnboyo66 from Oxnard, CA
(Zone 9b) wrote:
I have a pair of these sweet birds nesting in my trumpet vine arch by my patio. What an amazing nest for such a little bird!
Positive HeidiKHandmade On Mar 6, 2013, HeidiKHandmade from Vancouver, WA wrote:
The only smaller bird I see in my neighborhood is a rufous hummingbird. The bushtits come in flocks of six to ten, and like sitting in the rose arbor when they're not clustered around the suet feeder.
Timer: 19.34 jiffies (0.19341802597046).