Blue Bear and I love to go out and watch birds as they come and go. When we vacation from place to place, we’re always sure to keep an eye on the different kinds of birds we see.
Although we have never laid eyes on one previously, the bird below is a ruby-crowned kinglet. Ruby-crowned kinglets are found in North America. Although you might think you can spot one easily thanks to its red crown, it actually turns out that they mostly keep it hidden. You can read all about them here at The Cornell Lab of Ornithology: All About Birds, one of our favourite sites.
Found here: Photo by Monte Stinnett