Ruby-crowned Kinglets Bathing at 10000 Birds

by Larry Jordan on October 24, 2012

Ruby-crowned Kinglets (Regulus calendula) photo by Larry Jordan

Check out my latest West Coast Beat Writer post over at 10000 Birds. Watch the Ruby-crowned Kinglets (Regulus calendula) bathing in my water feature. They are energetic little birds with a big personality!

Gail October 24, 2012 at 3:10 pm

What a cute image of the bathing bird! Nice that you still got the face in focus.

Btw, for some reason every time I post a comment and click on the box, it first opens a new window and tries to download something to my computer. Just FYI. 🙂

Bob Hilscher November 1, 2012 at 6:29 am

Hi there. Just watched your Burrowing Owl posting. I had know idea Owls lived in the ground as shown in that video. I live in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and here most Owls live in trees. This past Friday, my wife and I came upon an adult Saw-Whet Owl out in the Canadian bush. This was the first time as birders that we had ever seen a Saw-Whet Owl. Fortunately, we had our camera with us and got some good pictures and video. We have posted them for anyone interested at:

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