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|This one from the near by park.|
Ruby-crowned Kinglet Regulus calendula
Kinglets are tiny songbirds with relatively large heads, almost no neck, and thin tails. They have very small, thin, straight bills.
These are restless, acrobatic birds that move quickly through foliage, typically at lower and middle levels. They flick their wings almost constantly as they go.
(from "All about Birds")
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- [2016-05-05 15:18]
Hi Mario,absolutely perfect,what a sharpness and what a details till the red crest,very well done! Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano.
- [2016-05-06 2:09]
Thanks for this outstanding capture of this beautiful bird!
Have a pleasant weekend,
Superb shot Mario,
Great sharpness and perfect details
Great capture of this wonderful species. Lovely composition wonderful natural colors.Excelĺent sharpness.Well done!