|Scientific Name:||Auriparus flaviceps |
|Area:||Buckskin Mountain State Park, Arizona|
|Date:||February 17, 2010|
This very small bird can easily be mistaken for a Bushtitt or a Gnatcatcher save for the yellow of its head. Males and females have the same coloring except the female is duller. The nest is globe shaped with a side entrance, with 3-5 spotted greenish eggs.
Lake Havasu State Park, Arizona --- February 7, 2013
|Reference:||National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of Western North America by Dunn & Alderfer / The Birder's Handbook by Ehrlich, Dobkin & Wheye||